Jan 30.2020 - Version: 0.727
A free application in .iso format that allows you to save and repair Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems.
is an application that helps users fix Linux and Windows broken operating systems, and supported architectures include amd64 and i386. It is a GNU / Linux open source desktop LXDE distribution.Rescatux
is available as an ISO Live CD, which must be written to a CD or USB flash drive in order to boot from a computer's BIOS.
After starting the computer from the boot menu, you can choose the appropriate 32-bit or 64-bit option or use the default self-detection option.
In this small utility, Rescatux
, you will find some of the best data saving and recovery features, such as Boot-Repair, GParted, OS-Unistaller, PhotoRec, TestDisk and Clean-Ubiquity.
In conclusion, Rescatux
can help you fix problems in the GRUB2 and Legacy GRUB menus on Debian and Ubuntu systems, and repair MBR Windows partitions.Documentation / Demo
A great software! some 3 years ago, when i tried to install linux - ubuntu in my win vista - laptop, i messed up and couldnt load windows anymore - i lost access to all drives except thro linux, if i remember right.. Horrible thing in the middle of a struggle to submit a thesis, - the service person didnt know how to fix it, he wanted to format it - but rescatux saved me.. thank you :) - i created this account today when i suddenly saw rescatux on featured downloads- had to say its good, right :)
Rescatux has saved my bacon on several occasions.
An outstanding and free gem. Thank you softx64 for your support of Open Source software ;)
This is a really awesome tool, saved me tons of time!
When installing the Ubuntu 16 on a laptop, somehow my grub got messed up and the machine wont boot, and not even see the grub, now within 10 mins, it fixed everything!
This tool helped me a lot. My home PC boots again
Your idea to use wizard through all repair process is very friendly for newbies. But who need to perform repair of an OS installation often? Newbies. Thank you for this tool.