Create Bootable Kaspersky Rescue USB Pendrive

Sometimes, Viruses can annoy to the extent that they will not allow to boot the operating system and you are left in miserable condition. In such case, formatting and re-installing OS would be a non-profitable deal because you may lose your data if not backup and it will take a long time. Better Solution is to opt for running a Bootable Antivirus rescue disk to clean out any harmful objects present.

Kaspersky is one of the best and recommended brand so let’s have step by step tutorial about How to create Bootable rescue USB disk with Kaspersky Antivirus as seen on MegaLeecher :

1. Download Kaspersky Rescue Disk Bootable from the original FTP.

2. Download Gentoo Linux Bootable USB Maker.

3. Extract the file-Kaspersky-Bootable you downloaded in previous step. Once it is fully unzipped place in the same folder the file you downloaded in point number 1, i.e. kav_rescue_2008.iso should be in this folder:

4. Insert Pendrive and launch fixgt2.bat and enter the USB drive-letter to format and create bootable disk.

5. Follow the on-screen instructions and your bootable Kaspersky USB Rescue Disk will be ready in minutes.

Your Bootable Rescue disk is now ready, simply plugin the USB disk and choose USB as the first boot option from system BIOS or use F8 key during BIOS screen for booting options.


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Rohit Langde is Founder and Editor-in-chief of Blogsolute. Tech Blogger by Passion & Profession | Mechanical Engineer by Qualification | Introverted Geek by Choice

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  1. LGONTE says:

    Thanks for the info!! but does it update????

  2. LSD says:


  3. mike says:

    The instructions concerning file locations prior to burn are hosed. just go to MegaLeecher so you don’t have to do it twice.

  4. Coreenfant says:

    When I run fixgt2.bat and type in the drive letter of flash drive, It says the drive letter you entered was not recognized. Please give me solution

  5. mukhthar says:


    do u have a solution for persistent usb rescue disk update.

    We have to update the rescue disk every time and kaspersky updates are so slow.

    mukhthar ahmed

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