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My vastly improved and updated tutorial how to create and use the Hiren’s BootCD 15.1 (the latest version) can be found here: www.youtube.com Website: www.musicarta.co.uk YouTube channel www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com Google Buzz: www.google.com Digg: digg.com This video will show you how to create and run the ‘Hiren’s BootCD 15.1′ which has many features including the removing or bypassing of a windows password, using mini xp and linux modes, virus removal tools. disk and backup utilities and many useful DOS and BIOS tools, all conveniently placed on one CD-ROM. More information and a complete list of all the utilities on the ‘Hiren’s BootCD 15.1′ can be found on this website: www.hiren.info The download website used in this video (which now looks a little different) is: www.hirensbootcd.org For my other video on How to run the Hiren’s BootCD 15.1 from a USB Flash Drive: www.youtube.com If you are having trouble booting from the CD, watch my video on ‘How to change the boot order in the BIOS’ here: www.youtube.com This CD is functional with windows NT/2000/XP/Vista/7 and linux (but not Mac). Types of CDs that I have tested (with success) are: CD Re-Writable (700mb – Philips) and DVD+R (4.7gb – imation) and DVD-R (4.7gb both Philips and Tesco). Mind you, the company of each CD is near irrelevant. This is not an exclusive list of course, but it is the list of CDs that I have personally tested with success. Most CD-ROMs will work though
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19 Responses to “How to create and run the Hiren’s BootCD 15.1”

  1. Matty Corby says:

    solvefix.blogspot.com hope this helps

  2. darren arnold says:

    thank you for the tutorial.i couldnt have created this without your help.all the best.

  3. Musicarta says:

    Sorry, I’m not following. If you meant that the title is different in terms of ’12.0′ and ’15.1′ then here’s why. The process that show in this video still works for version 15.1 – I added annotations explaining the things which would look slightly different, but the step-by-step tutorial is the same. Regardless, I have made an updated video which can be watched by clicking the very large annotation at the beginning (which you must have foolishly ignored) which does indeed exhibit version 15.1.

  4. mirfaism says:

    what is the title and what is written. stupid.

  5. dusexp says:

    VIRUS!!! VIRUS!!! I’m just kidding :D

  6. Musicarta says:

    Thanks, but you should have watched my updated tutorial which is even better. :) It is linked in the description and via annotation at the beginning of this video.

  7. AfzaalWardag says:

    thumbs up man gr8 tute

  8. 19atiq98 says:

    scroll down to hell and you will find it

  9. danielrose2009 says:

    u have the fastest internet i have ever sceen

  10. PKMotoren says:

    Thank you so much, i have a Toshiba Satellite Notebook too and it works nice ;)

  11. Musicarta says:

    You’re most welcome; thanks for commenting!

  12. missosq says:

    Thank you :)

  13. technomooney says:

    i have the same issue as @Flamestar1989…. i find it really annoying…. i have tryed every thing i can think of! ive tryed to: find the .cmd script to launch the application directly through GRUB and tryed to boot from the menu… i am frustrated because i have a very bad virus which is apparently a newer 1, so i cant get rid of it w/o using a boot cd!

  14. technomooney says:

    i have the same issue…. i find it really annoying…. i have tryed every thing i can think of! ive tryed to: find the .cmd script to launch the application directly through GRUB and tryed to boot from the menu… i am frustrated because i have a very bad virus which is apparently a newer 1, so i cant get rid of it w/o using a boot cd!

  15. Musicarta says:

    Ah right. Thanks for letting me know you were successful!

  16. manicbassa says:

    Thanks! I can see them now in Dos Programs. I did follow your updated video :-) but posted in the old version video by mistake. Thanks for your help

  17. Musicarta says:

    Indeed you are. The majority of programs are contained within the subheading ‘Dos Programs’ and then within individual categories. If you see a given program on the Hiren’s website, it will definitely be on the CD … somewhere :)

    By the way, you should have watched my updated and improved tutorial on this topic by clicking the annotation at the beginning or clicking the first link in the description. I hope I helped out. Have a great day!

  18. manicbassa says:

    Hi I burned the CD but if i cant see for example the tool like hdd erase 4. If i look at the hirens webiste i can see a list of many mnay tools but when i boot up the CD most are not there. Am i doing something wrong?

  19. Musicarta says:

    Thanks so much; I really appreciate it. I do upload videos fairly regularly (I aim for about one a week) so I hope you find my content both enjoyable and continually useful. Have a great day!

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