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Hirens BootCD V13.0: A Complete Guide to Troubleshoot and Repair Your Computer


What is Hirens BootCD and why you need it




If you are looking for a powerful and versatile tool that can help you troubleshoot and repair your computer, you should definitely check out Hirens BootCD V13.0.




FULL Hirens BootCD V13.0 [ Instalador Boot USB][ Mini Windows XP]



Hirens BootCD is a bootable CD that contains a collection of free tools that can be used for various purposes, such as:


  • Partitioning, formatting, cloning, or wiping hard disks



  • Recovering data from damaged or deleted partitions



  • Backing up or restoring your system



  • Testing your hardware components



  • Fixing boot problems or corrupted registry



  • Removing viruses, malware, or spyware



  • Resetting or recovering Windows passwords



  • Editing or modifying system files And much more!



One of the best features of Hirens BootCD is that it can be booted from a USB or DVD, so you don't need to install anything on your hard drive. You can also use it on any computer, regardless of the operating system or the state of the system.


Another great feature of Hirens BootCD is that it includes a mini Windows XP environment, which is a live bootable version of Windows XP that runs directly from the CD. This allows you to access your files, browse the web, run applications, and use various tools without affecting your main system.


As you can see, Hirens BootCD is a very useful and convenient tool that can save you a lot of time and hassle when dealing with computer problems. In this article, I will show you how to download and install Hirens BootCD V13.0, how to use it, how to troubleshoot common problems with it, and how to customize it to suit your needs.


How to download and install Hirens BootCD V13.0




The first step to use Hirens BootCD is to download and install it on a USB or DVD. Here's how to do it:


Download




To download Hirens BootCD V13.0, you need to visit the official website and click on the "Download" button. You will be redirected to a page where you can choose between two options: "Download as ZIP" or "Download as Torrent".


I recommend using the torrent option, as it is faster and more reliable. You will need a torrent client, such as uTorrent or BitTorrent, to download the file. The file size is about 592 MB.


Once you have downloaded the file, you need to extract it using a tool like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will get an ISO file, which is an image of the CD. You need to verify the integrity of the ISO file using a tool like MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility. The MD5 checksum of the ISO file should be 7EFC81ADBBD551D56A5D0621F02F7AA1.


Install




To install Hirens BootCD V13.0 on a USB or DVD, you need to use a tool like Rufus or Universal USB Installer. These tools can create a bootable USB or DVD from the ISO file.


I recommend using Rufus, as it is faster and more compatible. Here's how to use Rufus:


  • Download and run Rufus from its official website. You don't need to install it.



  • Insert your USB or DVD into your computer.



  • Select your USB or DVD from the "Device" dropdown menu in Rufus.



  • Select "ISO Image" from the "Boot selection" dropdown menu in Rufus.



  • Click on the "SELECT" button and browse to the location where you extracted the ISO file.



  • Select "MBR" from the "Partition scheme" dropdown menu in Rufus.



  • Select "BIOS or UEFI" from the "Target system" dropdown menu in Rufus.



  • Leave the other settings as default and click on the "START" button in Rufus.



  • Wait for Rufus to finish creating the bootable USB or DVD. This may take several minutes.



  • Eject your USB or DVD safely from your computer.



Congratulations! You have successfully installed Hirens BootCD V13.0 on your USB or DVD. Now you can use it to boot your computer and access its features.


How to use Hirens BootCD V13.0




To use Hirens BootCD V13.0, you need to boot your computer from the USB or DVD where you installed it. Here's how to do it:


Boot




To boot your computer from the USB or DVD, you need to change the boot order in your BIOS or UEFI settings. This may vary depending on your computer model and manufacturer, but generally you need to do the following:


  • Turn on or restart your computer.



  • Press a key (usually F2, F10, F12, Del, Esc) repeatedly during startup to enter the BIOS or UEFI settings.



  • Navigate to the "Boot" tab or section using the arrow keys.



  • Select your USB or DVD from the list of boot devices using the arrow keys.

  • Press the "+" or "-" keys to move your USB or DVD to the top of the boot order.



  • Press F10 or another key to save and exit the BIOS or UEFI settings.



  • Your computer will restart and boot from the USB or DVD.



Once you boot from the USB or DVD, you will see a black screen with a blue menu with different options. You can use the arrow keys and the Enter key to select an option. You can also press F1 to see more options and F2 to see more information.


Normal installation




If you want to install Windows XP on your hard drive, you can choose the first option: "1. Normal Installation". This will launch a normal Windows XP setup wizard, where you can choose between four different editions of Windows XP:


  • Full: This is the complete version of Windows XP Professional SP3 with all the features and updates.



  • Slimmed: This is a reduced version of Windows XP Professional SP3 with some components removed, such as games, languages, drivers, etc.



  • Tiny with IE8/WMP11/Windows Update: This is a very small version of Windows XP Professional SP3 with only the essential components, but with Internet Explorer 8, Windows Media Player 11, and Windows Update enabled.



  • Tiny without IE/WMP/Windows Update: This is a very small version of Windows XP Professional SP3 with only the essential components, but w