Repair damaged drives with Linux


While Linux is rock-solid reliable in day-to-day usage, when you start poking around at the command line (especially as root) then things can get a bit hairy. Equally, if you're living life on the razor's edge, installing new kernels and boot scripts every other day, there's a chance you can make your system unbootable. However, Live CDs come to the rescue: PC Plus shows you how to fix drive problems using Linux, whether you need to restore the bootloader, fix the partition table or back up your data.

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