Hirens' Boot CD 14.0 Restored Edition by PROTEUS | 753 MBThis CD includes all the utilities
For installation to USB read file 'usb-installation'.
found in Hiren's Boot CD 14.0 (May 2011)  and it is Restored to contain all the commercial utilities omitted from the official HBCD releases (since version 11.0.) It also includes the Acronis True Image Home 2011  and other usefull software fully integrated in Hiren's menus.
For the complete list of utilities in the official Hiren's Boot CD read the files HBCD.txt and changes.Restored utilities
-- Acronis Disk Director 11 Home (11.0.2121)
-- Acronis True Image Home 2011 Full Version Plus Pack (build 6.597)
-- Active Partition Recovery (3.0)
-- Active Password Changer (3.0.420)
-- Active Undelete (5.5)
-- Drive Image (5.6)
-- ERD Explorer
-- GetDataBack for FAT/NTFS (4.0)
-- HDD Regenerator (1.71)
-- NTFS Pro
-- Norton Ghost 11.5.1
-- Norton PartitionMagic Pro Server (8.05)
-- PC-Check (6.21)
-- Paragon Partition Manager (7.0.1274)
-- Paragon Mount Everything (3.0)
-- Synantec ImageCenter (5.6)
Other included software
-- Avast Registry Editor
-- GetData Recover My Files Pro (184.108.40.2063)
-- Ghost Cast Server
-- Ghost Image Explorer
-- HWiNFO (3.65)
-- Outlook Express Backup (6.5)
-- Passware Kit Enterprise (10.3.2585)
-- WinRar (4.00)
Proteus. June 2011References:
Fits OK in a 800 mb CD else on a DVD
How to create a bootable usb from the files on the CD.
*** Warning: All data on the stick will be erased. ***
* Boot to Parted Magic Linux from the CD (5th option of the main menu).
* Insert a 1Gb USB stick.
The total size needed is 800 Mb
The rest is available to store other files.
In the following commands replace the xx's with what is appropriate for your USB stick. e.g. sdb1 or sdc1. If you do not know them, find the correct device letters with: fdisk -l or fsarchiver probe
Unmount USB stick first
* mkfs.vfat -F32 -n HBCD /dev/sdxx (Format the stick)
* mkdir /mnt/cdrom (Create a cd mountpoint)
* mount /dev/sdxx /mnt/usb (Mount the stick)
* mount /dev/sr0 /mnt/cdrom (Mount the CDROM)
* cp -Rfv /mnt/cdrom/* /mnt/usb/ (Copy files to the stick. Wait...)
* syslinux -i -d isolinux /dev/sdxx (Install syslinux in the stick)
In the next command it must be a device sdb or sdc et.c.
*not* a partition sdb1 or sdc1 et.c.
* dd if=/usr/share/syslinux/mbr.bin of=/dev/sdx (Copy MBR to stick)
* sync (Clear buffered data)
The stick is now ready to boot!
1. Before asking questions read carefully the help files
2. If you do not know anything about linux do not try to make a bootable usb stick - you may loose data
3. It is a bootable media. PLEASE BOOT from it before asking where is something. All things are available through menus.