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Hi, i'm going to do a windows clean install and i have already analiced my pc with my antivirus and with malwarebytes, i have also used a couple of cleaners. malwarebytes found a couple o malwares but i have already removed they. ir order to be completely sure that there aren't any malware in my computer i was thinking in use a bootable antivirus (i think that a low level format will be to much time for the hdd of 1 tb, how much time do you think that it will need? its a good idea to do it?) i have never had a really bad malware in my computer and i have used antivirus from the first day
Hi I have the paid-for version. I would like to be able to run it from bootable media e.g. something like DOS or FREEDOS on CD or USD drive. The idea would be to tackle any future infection such as ransomware. Is this possible? Would I have to do something complicated like making a Windows PE4 disk?