No longer worry about losing important data, burn disk virus removal method
In fact, the principle is very simple, and the implementation process is not troublesome. It uses the multi-segment burning function provided by the software Adaptec Easy CD Creator that comes with the burner.
The first step: Copy the data on the infected CD to a temporary folder on the hard disk, such as Temp (in fact, you don’t need to copy all the files on the CD to the hard disk, just copy * The executable file of .exe can be copied, because other files are not infected with viruses);
The second step: restart the machine with a clean boot disk, and use anti-virus software to clean the virus in the system. Afterwards, take out all floppy disks and CDs;
Step 3: Restart the system, at this time, turn off the "Auto Insert Notification" function of the system CD drive, that is, modify it in the CD-ROM properties of the system properties. Remove the check in the radio box before "Auto Insert Notification" in the setting options, and then restart the machine. Because the automatic operation of the software in the CD may cause your system to be infected with the virus again;
Step 4: Start Adaptec Easy CD Creator, insert a toxic burning disk, and delete the virus-containing files (Usually it is an executable file of *.exe);
Step 5: Re-add the data in the Temp folder and make the CD again. At this time, there is generally no virus in the CD;
The sixth step: Don’t forget to check the last step, which is to use anti-virus software to check whether there are viruses on the CD.
★In addition to Easy CD, you can also use other multi-session burning software such as Nero to do the above work.
★To track the recorded content on the disc that has already been burned, you must remember not to choose to finalize (or finalize) the disc when the recording is complete, otherwise you will not be able to write to it next time.
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