How to Download and Use Norton Ghost 15 Bootable CD ISO
If you are looking for a reliable and easy way to backup and restore your computer, you might want to consider Norton Ghost 15. Norton Ghost 15 is a powerful software that can create a full image backup of your entire system, including your files, settings, applications, and operating system. You can use this backup to restore your computer in case of a hard drive failure, virus infection, or any other disaster.
However, sometimes your computer might be so infected or damaged that it won't start or run properly. In such cases, you need a bootable CD or USB drive that can help you scan and remove the threats that prevent your computer from working. This is where Norton Bootable Recovery Tool comes in handy.
Norton Bootable Recovery Tool is a free tool that you can download from the Norton website. It comes as an ISO file that you can burn to a CD or USB drive using any third-party software. You can then use this bootable media to start your computer, run an advanced recovery scan, and remove any malware or other problems that affect your system.
In this article, we will show you how to download and use Norton Ghost 15 Bootable CD ISO to backup and restore your computer.
Step 1: Download the Norton Ghost 15 Bootable CD ISO file
The first step is to download the Norton Ghost 15 Bootable CD ISO file from the Norton website. To do this, follow these steps:
On your computer, open a browser and go to the following URL: https://norton.com/nbrt
Follow the on-screen instructions to download and save the Norton Bootable Recovery Tool ISO file on your computer.
Step 2: Burn the ISO file to a CD or USB drive
The next step is to burn the ISO file to a CD or USB drive using any third-party software. You can use any software that can create bootable media from ISO files, such as Rufus, PowerISO, ImgBurn, etc. For this example, we will use Rufus.
Download Rufus from https://rufus.ie/ and install it on your computer.
Insert a blank CD or USB drive into your computer.
Open Rufus and select the CD or USB drive from the Device list.
Click Select and browse to the location where you saved the Norton Bootable Recovery Tool ISO file.
Click Start and wait for Rufus to create the bootable media.
Step 3: Boot your computer from the CD or USB drive
The final step is to boot your computer from the CD or USB drive that you created. To do this, follow these steps:
Restart your computer and press the appropriate key to enter the BIOS setup menu. The key may vary depending on your computer model, but it is usually F2, F10, F12, Esc, or Del.
In the BIOS setup menu, go to the Boot tab and change the boot order so that the CD or USB drive is the first option.
Save the changes and exit the BIOS setup menu.
Your computer will restart and boot from the CD or USB drive.
Step 4: Scan and remove threats using Norton Bootable Recovery Tool
Once your computer boots from the CD or USB drive, you will see the Norton Bootable Recovery Tool interface. To scan and remove threats using Norton Bootable Recovery Tool, follow these steps:
Select your language and accept the license agreement.
Select Scan for Viruses.
Select Quick Scan or Full System Scan depending on how thorough you want to scan your computer.
Wait for Norton Bootable Recovery Tool to scan your computer and detect any threats.
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