USB thumb drive full of pc repair utilities

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  1. MartyFukstein

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    I've seen pc repair techs carry around a thumb drive full of 30+ useful applications. Know where I can download them?

    Also, what are some good message boards for pc technicians?
     
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    Like any toolbox, if you buy one with the tools already in it, it don't mean shit. Scrounge around and find your own favorites.
     
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    Best way to scan a computer with a virus? ie. linux with av?
     
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    I just plug the infected hard drive into a clean computer and scan it with everything I can throw at it.
     
  7. retorq

    retorq What up bitch??

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    We are no longer providing this toolkit. However, we have a huge and constantly updating database of repair tools you can view here. You can also keep updated with all new computer repair tools we post via our newsletter.

    If you are interested in the Computer Business. We also have this..

    :wtc:
     
  8. kimsland

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    You don't need to purchase anything. Most of these utilities are free (Actually I only use free)

    Just go on any tech forum and see what support recommends to download and scan with. Actually just search my name at Google, you'll see all the utilities I've suggested.

    Utilities are one thing, but diagnosing and repair user's computers (safely) is another.
    Generally most faults are either Windows corruption, or Malware infection issues, and usually both!

    Thousands of free utilities available (plus huge amounts of online support tutorials) will repair every single fault. Except if new hardware is required obviously.
     

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