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First of all Norton Bootable Recovery Tool is integrated with Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE). So basically its scans your pc and the windows based partitions like fat32 and ntfs and makes your computer little slower, secondly it can not check linux partitions .even it wont detect it for consideration .As linux uses ext format of partition. So ...
There is no definitive info on the product site of the manufacturer. But since it only refers to repairing unbootable Windows installations, it is extremely unlikely to work on Linux installations, which makes it completely unnecessary to support non-Microsoft file systems. I can't even imagine how to prevent Windows from booting with malware located on a ...
I don't think that it will scan your Linux partition. Norton Bootable Recovery Tool comes only in 32bit, but it will not run correctly in x64 environment. Also NBRT.exe is the shell the windows boots to. Now normally there's no need to scan Linux partitions, but if you want to do so, I would recommend that you download the Bitdefenter Live CD, and use ...
A .lnk file is just a link to the actual program, just like those shortcuts that clutter your desktop in Windows. Yes you can safely remove those located on your desktop, the program will still be installed.
I have now found the answer - I am using Okteta instead! This program sends the output to a printer in normal "hex-dump" format. Bless is probably good if you need a spacial file or print format, if you can make it work.
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