Please give me step-by-step keystrokes to do the following:
To access rescue mode, type rescue at the boot: prompt, or boot with the rescue/enable=true boot parameter. You'll be shown the first few screens of the installer, with a note in the corner of the display to indicate that this is rescue mode, not a full installation.
If you lost your Windows Vista or Windows XP login password, you still can recover your password with this powerful rescue kit. Trinity Rescue Kit actually is a Linux distribution that specialized in data and password rescue. This short tutorial will show you how to recover Windows XP password using Trinity Rescue Kit. Here [...]
I am using Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 13.10 as in dual boot. I have changed my disk size using disk management in Windows 8.1-- specifically I have clubbed another partition into local disc C in Windows. I haven't touched Ubuntu partition at all.
Right after the announcement for Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal), Andrew Zajac proudly announced the immediate availability for download of the Ubuntu Rescue Remix 11.04 operating system.Ubuntu Rescue Remix 11.04, the rescue and computer forensics Linux distro, is based on the most recent Ubuntu 11.04 release. It comes with ... (read more)
I'm pretty new to Linux, but I understand its usefulness and appreciate it's many implications, hence the reason I intend to use it to create a rescue disk for my office. I know that there are many pre-made rescue disks out there, but I am interested in creating my own so that I can have some level of customization.
Dell Inspiron 1545, 4gb ram: just tried to use PING to backup my NTFS drives that have Windows 7 and Ubuntu 13.10 on other drives (dual boot system). Now the system will not boot...
error: no such partition.
text screen with: Enter rescue mode...
Okay, what can I do to restore my system where it will boot?