One wrong click is enough to render Windows unusable. In this case, the SecuPerts First Aid Kit, which is delivered as a download and on bootable USB sticks, provides quick help. No matter whether a virus, a damaged hard disk or the installation of a tool is the trigger for a Windows that no longer starts - with this emergency package, users can easily save their Windows installation and data.
If Windows no longer wants to start, there is the threat of losing all data on the computer in addition to a lengthy reinstallation. In contrast, using an emergency system such as SecuPerts First Aid Kit is much less stressful.
The First Aid Kit is based on a Linux system that provides all the necessary tools for data and system recovery and can also be used by noncomputer experts thanks to its simple user guidance.
The scope of functions includes a virus scanner that can detect and remove viruses. The virus scanner contains technology from Avira. Even if persistent malware has switched off the virus scanner under Windows, the emergency system can do its job without any restrictions.
The First Aid Kit also has numerous tools for data recovery. For example, it can recover data at file level when the file systems are not or only slightly damaged. Data recovery works on external and internal drives, network drives and even cloud storage. In case of damaged file systems, accidentally formatted disks and defective blocks, the emergency system can recover block-level data and thus prevent the worst disaster.
If the hard disk has a technical defect, the data of the entire hard disk can be transferred 1:1 to another hard disk, so that users have the opportunity to rescue a large part of the data despite a defective hard disk.
In addition to data recovery, the First Aid Kit also includes tools for the secure deletion of data. This is useful if the computer or hard drive is to be sold.
First Aid Kit: Overview of the most important functions
- File-level data recovery on external drives, internal drives, network drives, or cloud storage - when Windows stops booting but file systems are intact/mildly damaged
- File-level data recovery in the otherwise hidden shadow copies of NTFS drives
- Data recovery on block level, damaged file systems, accidentally fast formatted disks or defective blocks
- Virus search - even if particularly persistent malware switches off or tricks the virus scanner under Windows, the virus scanner in the live system can help
- Secure hard drive erasure - if a computer is to be sold or scrapped, you can prevent data from falling into the wrong hands
- Data recovery via network - Windows does not boot anymore, there is no external hard disk at hand? Activate drive sharing in the First Aid Kit on the damaged PC and conveniently navigate through folders, view and copy files on another Windows PC or Mac
- Reset forgotten passwords, the ability to convert hard disk images into virtual machines, backup to DVD, and a display of the current health status of hard disks and SSD
- operating system:
- Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 64 Bit, Windows 7 64 Bit, Windows 10 64 Bit, Windows 10
- Required working memory:
- min. 2000 MB
- Required storage space on the hard disk:
- min. 8000 MB
- Recommended screen resolution:
- min. 1024x768
- DVD writer or USB port; booting from USB stick or DVD drive must be possible; Internet connection required for activation