Latest KNOPPIX LINUX Operating system PC repair Bootable live system Windows USB For Sale
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Latest KNOPPIX LINUX Operating system PC repair Bootable live system Windows USB:
KNOPPIX LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMBOOTABLE (LIVE STAND ALONE SYSTEM)USB Version8.1 Latest Version
(released 2017 Sept! FRESH OUT OF THE OVEN!)~4000programs and tools to repair your computer and laptopWorks with all Windows including XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 32bit & 64bit
- Popular productivity programs such as libre office suite, pdf viewer and editor, web browser
- Multimedia programs such as audio editor,photo viewer, photo editor
- Antivirus and anti malware programs
- "3D Design and 3D printing" is a huge in 2016 and this DVD includes programs that allows you to do:
- 3D construction without drawing skills
- G-Code printing preparation for 3D models
- Extensive 3D modelling and animation program
- Draw 3D models
- AND MORE!!
How do I get my computer to boot from USB/CD?
You need to make sure the BIOS is set to boot from the correct drive. In most cases, this will require you to manually prioritize the CD/DVD/USB as the boot drive ahead of your usual C: drive. To make this change, you first have to access your computer’s BIOS configuration utility.While the specifics vary from computer to computer, the following steps should be of use to most users:Place the CD/DVD in your drive or insert the USB key as appropriateShut down your computer. Note – do a full shut down. A soft restart will not clear memory and the BIOS setup might not appear.Turn your computer back on and be ready to react quickly. During system start up, you will see a message similar to one of the following:Press <key> to enter setupOrPress <key> to open bios configuration utilityOrPress <key> to change boot orderIt is usually one of the F1 – F12 keys or the DEL key (F2 and DEL are popular).Quickly press whichever key you are requested to press. If you miss it this time, simply try again by shutting down then starting your computer.Having hit the correct key, the bios configuration utility will start. Look for an entry that states 'Boot Order', 'Change Boot Order', 'Change Boot Sequence' or similar. Select it and press enter.Use the arrow keys to select the CD/DVD drive or USB port that you wish to boot from. If you are shown a sequential boot order, make sure CD/DVD/USB (as applicable) is first on the list.Save and exit. Your machine should automatically reboot to the CRD drive, allowing you to use the program.
System Requirements Microsoft Windows
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
You will receive an
USB. Majority of our shipment are viaUSPS/FedEx with tracking number
This software does not break any rules or copyright