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How to Troubleshoot and Repair Your PC with Hirens BootCD V13.0 [ Instalador Boot USB][ Mini Windows XP]



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If you are looking for a powerful and versatile tool to troubleshoot and repair your PC, you might want to check out Hirens BootCD V13.0. This is a bootable CD that contains a collection of useful programs and utilities that can help you fix various problems with your computer, such as virus infections, partition issues, data loss, password recovery, hardware testing, and more.




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In this article, we will show you what Hirens BootCD is, why you need it, how to download and install it on a USB drive, and how to use it to solve common PC issues. We will also share some tips and tricks for using Hirens BootCD V13.0 effectively.


What is Hirens BootCD and why you need it




Hirens BootCD is a bootable CD that contains a large number of freeware tools and utilities that can help you troubleshoot and repair your PC. It was created by Hiren Pankaj, an IT professional from India, who started the project in 2004 as a hobby. Since then, Hirens BootCD has become one of the most popular and widely used bootable CDs in the world.


Hirens BootCD can be useful for various situations, such as:


  • When your PC fails to boot or crashes frequently due to corrupted system files, malware infections, or hardware failures.



  • When you need to access your files or run programs on a PC that does not have an operating system installed or has a damaged operating system.



  • When you need to backup or restore your data from a PC that does not have a working hard drive or has a corrupted file system.



  • When you need to manage your disk partitions, format, resize, delete, or create new partitions on your hard drive.



  • When you need to scan and remove malware from your PC without loading the operating system or using antivirus software.



  • When you need to reset or change your Windows password if you forgot it or lost access to your account.



  • When you need to test your hardware components, such as CPU, RAM, hard drive, or graphics card, for errors or performance issues.



Hirens BootCD can run on any PC that supports booting from a CD-ROM drive or a USB drive. It does not require any installation or configuration on your PC. You just need to create a bootable CD or USB drive with Hirens BootCD and boot from it.


Hirens BootCD features and benefits




Hirens BootCD contains a large number of tools and utilities that are organized into different categories, such as:


  • Mini Windows XP: This is a lightweight version of Windows XP that runs directly from the CD or USB drive. It allows you to access your files and run programs on your PC without loading the operating system. It also includes some basic tools such as Explorer, Task Manager, Notepad, Calculator, Paint, Wordpad, etc.



  • Partition Tools: These are tools that allow you to manage your disk partitions, such as Partition Wizard, Partition Magic, GParted, Acronis Disk Director, etc. You can use them to format, resize, delete, or create new partitions on your hard drive.



  • Backup Tools: These are tools that allow you to backup or restore your data from your PC or external devices, such as Norton Ghost, Acronis True Image, DriveImage XML, Clonezilla, etc. You can use them to create an image of your entire hard drive or specific partitions and restore them later if needed.



  • Antivirus Tools: These are tools that allow you to scan and remove malware from your PC without loading the operating system or using antivirus software. They include tools such as Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, ComboFix, HijackThis, etc. You can use them to detect and delete viruses, worms, trojans, spyware, adware, rootkits, etc.



  • Password Tools: These are tools that allow you to reset or change your Windows password if you forgot it or lost access to your account. They include tools such as Offline NT Password & Registry Editor, NTPWEdit, Kon-Boot, etc. You can use them to bypass or modify the Windows login screen and gain access to your PC.



  • Testing Tools: These are tools that allow you to test your hardware components for errors or performance issues. They include tools such as MemTest86+, CPU-Z, GPU-Z, HD Tune, etc. You can use them to check the status and specifications of your CPU, RAM, hard drive, or graphics card.



Hirens BootCD also includes some other useful tools such as File Managers, Recovery Tools, Network Tools, System Tools, Registry Tools, BIOS Tools, etc. You can find the complete list of tools and their descriptions on the official website of Hirens BootCD.


How to download and install Hirens BootCD V13.0




To use Hirens BootCD V13.0 on your PC, you need to download it from the official website and create a bootable CD or USB drive with it. Here are the steps:


Download Hirens BootCD V13.0 from the official website




The first step is to download the ISO file of Hirens BootCD V13.0 from the official website: https://www.hirensbootcd.org/download


The file size is about 500 MB and it may take some time depending on your internet speed. You can use any download manager or browser extension to speed up the process.


Once the download is complete, you need to verify the integrity of the ISO file by checking its MD5 checksum. You can use any tool that can calculate the MD5 checksum of a file, such as WinMD5Free, HashMyFiles, or MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility.


The MD5 checksum of Hirens BootCD V13.0 is 7EFC81ADBBD551D56F6021C439C6837C. You need to compare this value with the one generated by your tool. If they match, it means the ISO file is not corrupted and you can proceed to the next step. If they don't match, it means the ISO file is corrupted and you need to download it again.


Create a bootable USB drive with Hirens BootCD V13.0




The next step is to create a bootable USB drive with Hirens BootCD V13.0. You can use any tool that can create a bootable USB drive from an ISO file, such as Rufus, UNetbootin, or Universal USB Installer.


For this example, we will use Rufus, which is a free and portable tool that can create bootable USB drives easily and quickly. You can download Rufus from its official website: https://rufus.ie/


After downloading Rufus, you need to run it and follow these steps:



  • Insert a USB drive into your PC. Make sure it has enough space to hold the ISO file (at least 1 GB) and backup any important data on it as it will be erased during the process.



  • Select your USB drive from the Device drop-down menu in Rufus.



  • Select MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI computers from the Partition scheme and target system type drop-down menu in Rufus.



  • Select FAT32 (Default) from the File system drop-down menu in Rufus.



  • Select 4096 bytes from the Cluster size drop-down menu in Rufus.



  • Check the Create a bootable disk using option and select ISO Image from the drop-down menu in Rufus.



  • Click on the small icon next to the ISO Image drop-down menu and browse to the location where you saved the Hirens BootCD V13.0 ISO file. Select it and click Open.



  • Click on Start and wait for Rufus to create the bootable USB drive with Hirens BootCD V13.0.



Once Rufus finishes creating the bootable USB drive, you can close it and safely eject your USB drive from your PC.


Boot from the USB drive and access Hirens BootCD V13.0




The final step is to boot from the USB drive and access Hirens BootCD V13.0 on your PC. You need to restart your PC and enter the BIOS or UEFI settings by pressing a specific key (usually F2, F10, F12, or Del) during the boot process.


Once you enter the BIOS or UEFI settings, you need to change the boot order and make your USB drive the first boot option. You can use the arrow keys and Enter key to navigate and select options in the BIOS or UEFI settings.


After changing the boot order, you need to save and exit the BIOS or UEFI settings by pressing F10 or another key that indicates Save and Exit. Your PC will reboot and load Hirens BootCD V13.0 from your USB drive.


You will see a menu with different options to choose from. You can use the arrow keys and Enter key to select an option. The most common option is Mini Windows XP, which will load a lightweight version of Windows XP that runs directly from your USB drive.


You can also select other options such as Linux-based rescue environment, DOS programs, Hard Disk Tools, etc. depending on your needs.


How to use Hirens BootCD V13.0 to troubleshoot and repair your PC




Now that you have booted from Hirens BootCD V13.0 on your PC, you can use its tools and utilities to troubleshoot and repair your PC issues. Here are some examples of how to use Hirens BootCD V13.0 for common PC problems:


Use Mini Windows XP to access your files and run programs




If you want to access your files or run programs on your PC without loading the operating system, you can use Mini Windows XP. This is a lightweight version of Windows XP that runs directly from your USB drive. It allows you to browse your hard drive, copy or move files, edit documents, view images, play music, etc.


To use Mini Windows XP, you need to select it from the menu when you boot from Hirens BootCD V13.0. It will take some time to load and display the desktop. You will see some icons on the desktop that represent different tools and utilities that you can use.


For example, you can use Explorer to access your files and folders on your hard drive or external devices. You can use Notepad to edit text files or Wordpad to edit documents. You can use Paint to draw or edit images or IrfanView to view images. You can use Media Player Classic to play music or videos or VLC Media Player to play various media formats.


You can also run other programs that are included in Hirens BootCD V13.0 by clicking on the HBCD Menu icon on the desktop. This will open a menu with different categories of tools and utilities that you can choose from.


For example, you can use Partition Tools to manage your disk partitions, Backup Tools to backup or restore your data, Antivirus Tools to scan and remove malware, Password Tools to reset or change your Windows password, Testing Tools to check your hardware and system performance, etc.


You can also run other programs that are not included in Hirens BootCD V13.0 by clicking on the Start button on the taskbar and selecting Run. This will open a dialog box where you can type the name or path of the program that you want to run.


For example, you can run Firefox by typing firefox.exe and clicking OK. This will launch Firefox browser that you can use to browse the internet or download files. You can also run Chrome by typing chrome.exe and clicking OK.


To exit Mini Windows XP, you need to click on the Start button on the taskbar and select Turn Off Computer. This will open a dialog box where you can choose to Shut Down, Restart, or Log Off. You need to choose Shut Down and wait for Mini Windows XP to close.


Use Partition Tools to manage your disk partitions




If you want to manage your disk partitions, such as format, resize, delete, or create new partitions on your hard drive, you can use Partition Tools. These are tools that allow you to manipulate your disk partitions in various ways.


To use Partition Tools, you need to select them from the menu when you boot from Hirens BootCD V13.0. You will see a list of different tools that you can choose from, such as Partition Wizard, Partition Magic, GParted, Acronis Disk Director, etc.


For example, you can use Partition Wizard to create, delete, resize, move, copy, merge, split, convert, or hide partitions on your hard drive. You can also use it to check your disk for errors, align your partitions, recover deleted partitions, or wipe your disk.


To use Partition Wizard, you need to select it from the menu and wait for it to load. It will scan your disk and display a graphical representation of your partitions. You can use the mouse to select a partition and right-click on it to see the available operations. You can also use the toolbar or the menu bar to access different functions.


For example, you can create a new partition by clicking on the Create button on the toolbar or selecting Create from the Partition menu. This will open a dialog box where you can specify the size, location, file system, label, and other options for the new partition. You can also use the slider or the text box to adjust the size of the partition.


After you make any changes to your partitions, you need to click on the Apply button on the toolbar or select Apply from the Operations menu. This will apply the changes to your disk and reboot your PC. You need to wait for Partition Wizard to finish the process and restart your PC.


You can also use other Partition Tools such as Partition Magic, GParted, Acronis Disk Director, etc. to manage your disk partitions in similar ways. You can find more information and instructions on how to use them on their respective websites or manuals.


Use Backup Tools to backup and restore your data




If you want to backup or restore your data from your PC or external devices, you can use Backup Tools. These are tools that allow you to create an image of your entire hard drive or specific partitions and restore them later if needed.


To use Backup Tools, you need to select them from the menu when you boot from Hirens BootCD V13.0. You will see a list of different tools that you can choose from, such as Norton Ghost, Acronis True Image, DriveImage XML, Clonezilla, etc.


For example, you can use Norton Ghost to create an image of your entire hard drive or specific partitions and save it to another hard drive, CD/DVD, USB drive, or network location. You can also use it to restore an image to your hard drive or another hard drive.


To use Norton Ghost, you need to select it from the menu and wait for it to load. It will display a welcome screen where you can choose between Local or Remote mode. Local mode allows you to backup or restore data from local drives or devices. Remote mode allows you to backup or restore data from network locations.


For example, you can backup your data in Local mode by clicking on Local and then Backup. This will open a wizard where you can select the source drive or partition that you want to backup and the destination location where you want to save the image file. You can also specify other options such as compression level, password protection, encryption, verification, etc.


After you configure the backup settings, you need to click on Next and then Finish. This will start the backup process and show you a progress bar and a summary of the operation. You need to wait for Norton Ghost to finish the backup and display a confirmation message.


You can also restore your data in Local mode by clicking on Local and then Restore. This will open a wizard where you can select the image file that you want to restore and the destination drive or partition where you want to restore it. You can also specify other options such as resizing partitions, checking for errors, etc.


After you configure the restore settings, you need to click on Next and then Finish. This will start the restore process and show you a progress bar and a summary of the operation. You need to wait for Norton Ghost to finish the restore and display a confirmation message.


You can also use other Backup Tools such as Acronis True Image, DriveImage XML, Clonezilla, etc. to backup or restore your data in similar ways. You can find more information and instructions on how to use them on their respective websites or manuals.


Use Antivirus Tools to scan and remove malware




If you want to scan and remove malware from your PC without loading the operating system or using antivirus software, you can use Antivirus Tools. These are tools that allow you to scan your PC for viruses, worms, trojans, spyware, adware, rootkits, etc. and delete them.


To use Antivirus Tools, you need to select them from the menu when you boot from Hirens BootCD V13.0. You will see a list of different tools that you can choose from, such as Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, ComboFix, HijackThis, etc.


For example, you can use Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool to scan your PC for malware and remove them. This is a free tool that uses the same engine and database as Kaspersky Antivirus. It can detect and delete various types of malware from your PC.


To use Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool, you need to select it from the menu and wait for it to load. It will display a welcome screen where you can agree to the terms of use and click on Start Scan. This will start scanning your PC for malware and show you a progress bar and a list of detected threats.


After the scan is complete, you can review the results and select the actions that you want to perform on each threat. You can choose to delete, disinfect, quarantine, or skip each threat. You can also select all threats and click on Delete or Disinfect All.


After you perform the actions on the threats, you need to click on Report and then Exit. This will close Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool and display a report of the scan results and actions taken.


You can also use other Antivirus Tools such as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, ComboFix, HijackThis, etc. to scan and remove malware from your PC in similar ways. You can find more information and instructions on how to use them on their respective websites or manuals.


Use Password Tools to reset or change your Windows password




We hope this article has helped you understand what Hirens BootCD V13.0 is, why you need it, how to download and install it on a USB drive, and how to use it to troubleshoot and repair your PC issues. We also shared some tips and tricks for using Hirens BootCD V13.0 effectively.


If you have any questions or feedback about Hirens BootCD V13.0, feel free to leave a comment below or contact us through our website. We would love to hear from you and help you with any issues that you may have.


Here are some FAQs that you may find useful:


FAQs





Q: Is Hirens BootCD V13.0 legal and safe to use?


  • A: Hirens BootCD V13.0 is legal and safe to use as long as you use it for personal and non-commercial purposes and do not violate any copyrights or licenses of the tools and utilities that it contains. However, some tools and utilities may be considered illegal or unsafe by some authorities or antivirus programs if used for malicious or unethical purposes. Therefore, you should use Hirens BootCD V13.0 at your own risk and responsibility.



Q: How can I update Hirens BootCD V13.0 to the latest version?


  • A: You can update Hirens BootCD V13.0 to the latest version by downloading the new ISO file from the official website and creating a new bootable CD or USB drive with it. You can also check the official website for any updates or patches that may be available for Hirens BootCD V13.0.



Q: How can I add more tools and utilities to Hirens BootCD V13.0?


  • A: You can add more tools and utilities to Hirens BootCD V13.0 by using a tool called HBCD Customizer. This is a tool that allows you to customize Hirens BootCD V13.0 by adding or removing tools and utilities, changing the menu, adding drivers, etc. You can download HBCD Customizer from its official website: https://www.hbcdcustomizer.com/



Q: How can I run Hirens BootCD V13.0 on a virtual machine?


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