Microsoft has recently released an interesteing beta version of a program called Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper. The program is meant to help users boot their unbootable computer after a virus attack. In fact, recently a lot of computers have been infected by viruses and malware that infect Windows boot system thus preventing the user from turning the computer on. Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper does two very important things. The first is boot a compromised, apparently beyond-recovery computer. The second thing it does is to perform an offline scan to remove rootkits and other viruses which have compromised your computer booting. Please note, that this new Microsoft tool is not meant to replace your antivirus. In fact, Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper is only a tool specifically designed to solve problems related to booting. If you want to download the software, click the links after the jump.
After you have completely downloaded the software, you will need to burn it to a CD or DVD with at least 250 MB of space. Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper is compatible with Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista and Windows 7. If you want more information about the software, the way it works and how to use it, visit http://connect.microsoft.com/systemsweeper
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