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Bootable, USB-based antivirus uses scanning engines from Sophos, Kaspersky, and GFI/VIPRE. Extremely easy to use. Full undo in case of problems (means you can "undo" whatever it's done if you find a problem with its action"). Remote-control tech support available if needed (you will pay for this support, so be careful).
When a nasty malware infestation leaves Windows non-bootable or prevents antivirus installation, the USB-based bootable FixMeStick offers an easy-to-use solution. In testing it didn't clean up everything, but then, it's not intended as a standalone solution. This product's aim is to get your PC into a state where your desktop antivirus can finish the cleanup.
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