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[v3.2] SARDU – Multi-boot USB flash drive creator

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Most computer users are likely to encounter a computer that does not boot due to virus infection or system corruption. In this case, instead of having to reinstall the system, we can choose to use a standalone system or tool to try to check and repair the system and data. These tools include Rescue CD of antivirus software, Boot CD of system tools, hardware related programs, operating systems (such as Windows PE and Linux Live CD). If you want to integrate them into a single bootable disk, SARDU can help.

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[v3.1.1] SARDU MultiBoot Creator – Build multi-boot OS/Rescue Disk/Utility in one USB

SARDU MultiBoot Creator is a multi-boot device builder developed by Davide Costa from Italy. It supports any kinds of storage devices or media, such as internal or external HDD/SSD, USB flash drive, CD/DVD, memory card, and more. It’s free for personal and non commercial use.

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