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Hirens Boot Usb For Windows 7

Create a bootable CD/USB drive that will make it possible for you to work with Hiren’s. If you have it all done, then connect the flash drive the boot is situated on. Setthe computer to the booting process from the bootable media. For that, press “+” “-” in order to move the bootable media to the first place. Press the F10 key. Hiren’s Boot CD PE i.e. Preinstallation Environment is a re-established version of Hiren’s Boot CD supported on Windows 10 PE x64. It incorporates the least, best and refreshed free devices utilized in Hiren’s Boot CD. It is being produced for the new age PCs, it bolsters UEFI booting and requires at least 2 GB RAM.

Step 1
Connect USB Pen Drive (1GB or more)

Step 2
Download and Run USB Disk Storage FormatUSBFormat.zip (34KB)

Step 3
Download grubinst_guigrub4dos.zip (179KB) and Run as Administrator

Step 4
Insert the BootCD (10.3 or newer) in the CD Drive and Copy everything from CD to USB Flash Drive

Step 5
Copy grldr and menu.lst from grub4dos.zip (or from HBCD folder) to the usb drive

Step 6
Test Your USB Drive (read bottom of the page for troubleshoot)

Make sure you set your computer to boot from USB Flash Drive

To Enter the BIOS press the 'Del' button on your keyboard. Alternatives are'F1', 'F2', 'Insert', and 'F10'. Some PC's BIOS might even require a differentkey to be pressed. Commonly a PC will show a message like'Press [Del] to enter Setup' to indicate that you need to press the 'Del' key.Some AMI BIOS require you to enable the option 'USB Keyboard Legacy support'!

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For AMI BIOS:

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  • Go to 'Feature Setup'. 'Enable' these options: 'USB Function Support',
    'USB Function For DOS' and 'ThumbDrive for DOS'. Go to 'Advanced Setup'.
    Set the '1st Boot Device' to 'USB RMD-FDD'.
    Reboot the PC and it now should boot from the Usb Stick.
  • Go to 'USB Mass Storage Device Configuration'. Select 'Emulation Type'
    and set it to 'Harddisk'. Go to the 'Boot Menu' and set the '1st boot device' to 'USB-Stick'. Exit the BIOS, saving the changes.
    you can try 'Emulation Type' to 'Floppy' or 'Forced FDD'.

For PHOENIX/AWARD BIOS:

  • Go to 'Advanced BIOS Features'. Go to the '1st Boot device' and set it to 'USB-ZIP'.

Troubleshoot

If you cannot install grub4dos (or you get 'cannot run background program' message) then use syslinux to boot grub4dos



If you are a computer technician, an advanced computer user or just someone that likes to try to sort out their own PC problems, one of the most important tools you can have at your disposal is a bootable repair CD. Repair discs have become hugely popular in recent years because if your computer won’t boot you can perform a number of repairs to the “offline” operating system straight from the CD.

One of the most popular and at the same time controversial boot CD’s throughout the years is called Hiren’s Boot CD. Released in 2004, Hiren’s Boot CD boasts a huge array of repair utilities and diagnostic tools that can help in a vast number of different situations. The controversial part of Hiren was the fact that for several years, a sizable portion of the software was commercial and downloading and using the CD was classed as illegal and using pirated software.

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Thankfully, Hiren is updated periodically and from version 11 of the CD, the commercial software causing all the trouble was removed meaning it could be freely used without people accusing you of using software you shouldn’t be.

Here at Raymond.cc, we absolutely love Hiren’s Boot CD simply for how versatile it is and the amount of tasks it can perform to help you get things done. It always has been, and really still is the KING of all Boot CD’s.

When you download the tool it is in ISO format, so you’ll need burning software such as Nero, Imgburn or Windows itself that supports burning ISO format. Once you successfully burn the ISO to a CD, pop it in to your CD-ROM and restart your computer. Make sure that you’ve set to boot from CDROM in your BIOS. I personally recommend that you burn it into a CD-RW because you won’t want to waste a CD-R every few months when the CD is updated with newer or better tools.

These days it’s not too difficult to write the ISO image to a USB stick and there is a guide on how to do this. Of course, we have covered a number of tools on the blog such as Sardu that can write the Hiren disc to USB for you with the minimum of fuss.

When you start up the Hiren disc, the program’s initial boot menu will be displayed. There are some hugely valuable and lifesaving tools available on this menu alone, so I’ll go through the most important. Boot From Hard Drive will simply continue booting your operating system (if it’s bootable!).

Mini Windows XP – Perhaps the most valuable feature on Hiren, this will boot up an almost fully functional Windows XP environment from where you can perform a number of tasks such as accessing and transferring files, resetting hard disk controller, virus removal, repairing and recovering data from problem partitions, remote registry editing and a whole lot more. There’s a vast number of Windows based tools available to run and covers almost every aspect of repairing and fixing your system.

Wired networking and Wifi internet access is available meaning you can also go online for downloads, cloud storage or extra information. All the included tools can be quickly accessed via the Hiren program launcher. There is also an added bonus here in that most of these tools can be used on an ordinary Windows system by simply inserting the CD/USB stick. A few of the programs can only run from a normal system such as Malwarebytes Antimalware.

Dos Programs – Although not quite as used as it once was, the Dos programs section has a number of Dos based versions of tools similar to those in the Mini XP. A number of OEM hard drive diagnostic tools and other hardware diagnostics, partitioning and backup tools, BIOS, Master Boot Record (MBR) and filesystem tools are available and can be very useful. Simply navigate through the menus using the keyboard and the number keys.

Linux based rescue environment – This will boot a highly popular Linux disc partitioning and data recovery environment called Parted Magic. The main tool is GParted which is a very well regarded hard drive partitioning and wiping tool which is also recommended by a number manufacturers for erasing SSD drives. Linux is often a valuable alternative to Windows when accessing damaged or corrupted partitions because it doesn’t have so many restrictions when reading the filesystem. There is a host of other partition tools in addition to a number of filesystem recovery and repair utilities.

Memtest86+ – This is the very first tool you should run if you suspect or have been advised that your system may have memory (RAM) issues. Memtest86+ is widely regarded as one of the very best tools for detecting memory errors.

Offline NT/2000/XP/Vista/7 Password Changer – A very useful Dos based tool that can clear or edit the passwords on your Windows install.

Kon-Boot – A little gem of a tool that can bypass a Windows password during logon by simply typing anything into the password box. This allows you to boot into Windows even if you don’t know or forgot the users password and don’t necessarily want to reset or change it.

Seagate DiscWizard – An old version of Acronis TrueImage which still functions perfectly well and does a good job of making a backup image of your system. Originally meant only for Seagate devices, but pressing a few keys while starting the program makes it available for all hard drives. You can use DiscWizard to make a backup image, restore an image back to the drive or partition and also prepare a newly installed hard drive.

Fix “NTLDR is missing” – If you receive the NTLDR missing error while trying to boot Windows XP, using this fix will place a new or overwrite a corrupt NTLDR file making the system bootable again. If you have other NTLDR or BOOTMGR related problems or boot errors, the system can be booted using these files straight off the CD using 2 options further down the menu.

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For a complete list of the contents of Hiren’s Boot CD have a look on the website and click on “See CD Contents »” half way down the page. There are literally hundreds of tools included and even without the commercial software which was actually quite useful in itself, this disc is still the best around. If you only ever download 1 bootable repair CD, make sure it’s this one….

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