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ULTIMATE BOOT CD


The absolute tool

Looking for the Active Killdisk version for Linux I came upon this tool . . . does not only have the tool I was looking for but a whole bundle more:

QUOTE (Info @ Homepage)

Hard Disk Installation
MaxBlast 3 (Maxtor)
DiscWizard 2003 (Seagate)

Hard Disk Diagnosis
Drive Fitness Test (IBM/Hitachi)
PowerMax (Maxtor/Quantum)
DLG Diagnostic (Western Digital)
SeaTools Desktop (Seagate)
Diagnostic Tool (Fujitsu)
SHDIAG (Samsung)
HUTIL (Samsung)
Data Lifeguard (Western Digital)

Hard Disk Device Management
IBM/Hitachi Feature Tool
AMSET (Maxtor)
UATA100 (Seagate)
Ultra ATA Manager (Western Digital)
SMARTUDM
ATA Password Tool

Hard Disk Wiping
AutoClave
Active@ KillDisk Free Edition
Darik's Boot and Nuke

Hard Disk Cloning
HDClone (Free Edition)
g4u

Partition Tools
Ranish Partition Manager
XFDISK (Extended FDISK)
SPFDISK (Special FDISK)
TestDisk
Partition Resizer
SavePart
Free FDISK
MBRtool
MBRWork

Boot Managers
Smart BootManager
Gujin

File Managers
DOS Navigator 
File Maven

NTFS Tools
Offline NT Password & Registry Editor 
Active NTFS Reader for DOS
EditBINI 

Memory Diagnosis
Memtest86
Memtest86+
Windows Memory Diagnostic
DocMem RAM Diagnostic

DOS Boot Disks
Bart's Network Boot Disk
Bart's CDROM Boot Disk
FreeDOS Boot Disk

Linux-based Rescue Disks
Tom's Boot Disk
Recovery Is Possible (RIP)
BasicLinux
Trinux

System Information
AIDA16
NSSI
PC-Config
PCI

Benchmarks
System Speed Test 32

Antivirus Tools
F-Prot Antivirus for DOS (Personal use only) 
McAfee Antivirus Scanner

BIOS Tools
CMOS Password Recovery

Network Tools
Freesco


Homepage: http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

IMPORTANT: Make sure you get the "normal" version of the UltimateBootCD and not the WindowsUBCD ( with Bart's PE ). Downloading from one of the sites listed on http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/ ( in ISO format ) will asure you that you have the correct version.


Bruno


-- Feb 18 2004 ( Revised Dec 9 2005 ) --


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