Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10

Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10

kaspersky Rescue Disk 2010, the latest update version bootable kaspersky antivirus, which load Kaspersky antivirus 2010 on linux environment to perform virus scanning and remove virus threat without booting the Windows operating system first.

Meanwhile, kaspersky Rescue Disk is very useful bootable antivirus and consider the most safety way without risking your computer OS getting infected again. It able to remove known viruses, trojans, worms and other malicious software similar like desktop Kaspersky antivirus. Plus more, any computer equipped with CD ROM can boot kaspersky rescue disk to scan their computer hard disk, which it’s totally independent from the installed operating system.

The functionality of kaspersky Rescue Disk 2010 perform similar like Kaspersky Rescue Disk 2008. The only difference is this kaspersky rescue disk is loaded with the latest kaspersky Antivirus 2010 and able to update virus definition if any Internet connection is supported on the computer.

Beside that, Kaspersky Rescue Disk is multi-language bootable antivirus and it supports the following languages such as English, French, German and Russian.

How to Create kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 as Bootable Antivirus:

1. Download Kaspersky Rescue Disk ISO file or You can create Kaspersky Rescue Disk using Kaspersky Antivirus

2. Once completed downloading, burn the Kaspersky Rescue Disk ISO image to a CD media using CD/DVD burning software.

3. Once finish burn Kaspersky Rescue Disk into bootable disk media, insert Bootable kaspersky Rescue Disk CD into CD ROM and boot the computer by loading CD ROM media first.

4. Once kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 GUI loaded, a message will appear on the screen: Press any key to enter the menu. If your press any key. A loading wizard will start (you will see the menu to select the required language). If you do not press any key in 10 seconds, the computer boots from hard drive automatically.

5. Select one of the following start up methods that you prefer:
Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10

  • Kaspersky Rescue Disk. Graphic Mode loads the graphic subsystem. (Recommended Option For Beginner)
  • Kaspersky Rescue Disk. Text Mode loads the text user interface represented by the Midnight Commander (MC) console file manager. (Option for Advanced User)
  • Hardware Info (Display computer hardware information)
  • Boot from Hard Disk.

So, Kaspersky Rescue disk 1o is a nice emergency kit to remove virus from your computer hard drive.

Update: Here is another tutorial teach “How to Create bootable Kaspersky USB Rescue Disk

  • Shaam

    The only problem is that you need an internet connection on the infected machine and you have to download all the updates everytime

  • tonymoloney

    Using Unetbootin, I have created a bootable USB drive of Rescue Disk 2010. When I put it in a Windows XP system and boot it, it goes through all the startup procedures, then stops with the following error message:

    “Could not find root block device in .
    Please specify another value or: press Enter for the same, type “shell” for a shell, or “q” to quit”.

    Apart from the fact that I have no idea how to respond, pressing Enter or typing q have absolutely no effect.

    Any ideas, anyone?

  • tonymoloney

    Update to the above post –
    As the live USB didn’t want to work, I went ahead and used K3b to make a live CD using the same ISO. This worked fine, but as I was watching it boot up I saw a line saying
    Attempting to mount live USB…
    so it looks like it really should mount my USB.
    I am currently scanning a dirty WinXP installation as I write this, and it seems to be going fine, even if it looks like it’s going to take a long time.

  • tonymoloney

    Following on – The scan of the dirty WinXP installation has just finished and uncovered 69 viruses, all of which have now been cleaned. Greta work!

  • Jeremyburntout

    I ran the kapersky rescue disc 2008 and after pressing for my intitial run of the disk it notified me that windows wasnt shutdown properly and the I may or . I knew I did shut it down properly before so I hit continue. It ran through an entire process where all I was able to do was select then it proceeded and eventually sorta “froze” at this loading dhcpct-something. After a moment or two the screen just went blank. Nothing. I rebooted and opted to run and this just showed me some bizarre prompt with a help screen I didn’t fully understand. I’ve reboot once more since then and I believe it’s stuck at the same part. I hope there’s something I can do. Any ideas?

    • http://www.techmixer.com km

      @Jeremy,

      Why not you download the latest kaspersky Rescue disc 2010. I believe Kaspersky rescue disk 2008 doesn’t support the network driver nicely.

  • Bill

    Is their a way to access a history log of sorts on the disk or does it not keep track of everything? I’d like to know where some of the viruses came from..

  • Apache

    This is the best way to remove malware.

  • the wiz

    i can get into the kaspersky rescue disk but cannot update because it wont go online. isnt there something i can do in the file manager to fix this?

  • http://www.techmixer.com km

    @the wiz,

    Let say you can load kaspersky rescue disk. Perhaps you can navigate to network setup option and manually key in your network setting.

    Then go “update center” to update virus definition again.

  • the wiz

    i can get to network setup but i dont know how to manually key in the network setting. any help?

  • Tburnworth

    This disc doesn’t work for some reason. I’ve tried both CD-ROM and USB stick bootups, but with no success.

    It will load into the Graphical Mode (kinda pointless to have that as a menu option since all I see is text), and try to find the USB device, and then it will say something about new root, and will give a path to the .iso file on the USB drive, and then, it will try to mount multiple mount dev points, but after hdc, it will just hang. Will not work… something is wrong with disc. Even if there is no viruses, it should still boot correctly…

    • http://www.techmixer.com km

      Perhaps you can try BitDefender Rescue Disk 2010, which i more prefer compare to Kaspersky rescue disc

  • Tburnworth

    This disc doesn’t work for some reason. I’ve tried both CD-ROM and USB stick bootups, but with no success.

    It will load into the Graphical Mode (kinda pointless to have that as a menu option since all I see is text), and try to find the USB device, and then it will say something about new root, and will give a path to the .iso file on the USB drive, and then, it will try to mount multiple mount dev points, but after hdc, it will just hang. Will not work… something is wrong with disc. Even if there is no viruses, it should still boot correctly…

  • Tburnworth

    This disc doesn’t work for some reason. I’ve tried both CD-ROM and USB stick bootups, but with no success.

    It will load into the Graphical Mode (kinda pointless to have that as a menu option since all I see is text), and try to find the USB device, and then it will say something about new root, and will give a path to the .iso file on the USB drive, and then, it will try to mount multiple mount dev points, but after hdc, it will just hang. Will not work… something is wrong with disc. Even if there is no viruses, it should still boot correctly…

  • Ronald

    It wont let me past the agreement page with two different keyboards (USB and PS2) on a very old system. built x-mas 2002 with XP Pro on a Athlon 32-bit processor (1.3GHz and 512MB RAM)

    • http://www.techmixer.com km

      Perhaps you can try out other bootable antivirus like Bitdefender 2010 Rescue disk. :)

    • Saqib Sabir

      Just downloaded – had same issue then pressed SHIFT and A. Hey presto it continued. I am promptred to update which fails but it is scanning my infected machine right now. Hope this helps.

    • trialannerror

      choose graphics mode. when agreement page appears,use Ctrl+Alt+Del combo. an option screen should appear. type  r  then hit enter.

  • Miket3

    My hanging points were:
    End User Agreement: Ctrl+Alt+Del   then, R  then, Shift A

    Mostly the hangups were because I ran graphics mode.  As soon as I ran text mode, it went much smoother. Well at least I am scanning at this point.