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 Post subject: Integrating Kaspersky Rescue Disk
PostPosted: Sat Sep 28, 2013 10:37 am 
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No, this is no longer a request for help.

I actually managed to figure it out manually.
It was not a picnic and I'd put it off for ages since not getting a definitive answer before without needing to use third party tools.

So how did I manage this? The answer ended up being embarrassingly easy.

Pre-requisites: UBCD, Kaspersky Rescue Disk (USB)
1. From the Kaspersky Rescue Disk, copy the folder named "Rescue" and the file "liveusb" into the root folder of the UBCD.

2. Copy "syslinux.cfg" into the UBCD custom folder and rename it "kaspersky.cfg".

3. Add the following into your "custom.cfg"
LABEL -
MENU LABEL Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10
TEXT HELP
For your most serious malware removal needs.
ENDTEXT
CONFIG /ubcd/custom/kaspersky.cfg


And that's it! Enjoy!


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 Post subject: Re: Integrating Kaspersky Rescue Disk
PostPosted: Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:42 am 
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I've tried using this method, but i'm not sure which syslinux.cfg to copy over and rename to kaspersky.cfg. I'm assuming there is one on the Kaspersky Rescue Disk but i cant find it. I'm using the CD version as it looks like it's the same as the USB one because you have to create the USB one with a utility using the CD image.

I've also tried copying the syslinux from the boot\syslinux folder but obviously that just restarts the menu. Any help? I think i've got everything else copied over properly.


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 Post subject: Re: Integrating Kaspersky Rescue Disk
PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 4:03 pm 
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littleboyck wrote:
I've tried using this method, but i'm not sure which syslinux.cfg to copy over and rename to kaspersky.cfg. I'm assuming there is one on the Kaspersky Rescue Disk but i cant find it. I'm using the CD version as it looks like it's the same as the USB one because you have to create the USB one with a utility using the CD image.

I've also tried copying the syslinux from the boot\syslinux folder but obviously that just restarts the menu. Any help? I think i've got everything else copied over properly.

Typically, you must make the Kaspersky Rescue Disk as a USB using their utility first.
This will not only affect the syslinux.cfg file you need (which should be located in the root directory of the KRD USB), but will also affect the files in the Rescue folder. Basically, the USB version of KRD is required.


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 Post subject: Re: Integrating Kaspersky Rescue Disk
PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:42 am 
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CD version uses isolinux, syslinux for USB. Should work if you use the isolinux.cfg file for the CD.

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 Post subject: Re: Integrating Kaspersky Rescue Disk
PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 12:22 pm 
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StopSpazzing wrote:
CD version uses isolinux, syslinux for USB. Should work if you use the isolinux.cfg file for the CD.

I tried that...and it didn't work very well. There were issues after the initial loading screens that prevented it from being functional. That's why I created this method in the first place.


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