Now that we have that sorted out we can move on to the next part. The next thing we?ll be doing is a?quick and dirty? way to keep our definitions as up to date as possible.Inside the?Kaspersky Rescue Disk Updater? folder is a?fact.txt? file. This is where we?ll be storing all of our latest update info. Its a.txt file so you can edit it however you?d like. Just be sure to back it up first.
So first we?ll need to extract the latest version of Kaspersky Rescue Disk. When we extract this we need to extract the?rescue.exe? fileOnce thats done, move the?fact.txt? file you made earlier into the rescue.exe folder. Next we need to extract the latest version of the Kaspersky Rescue Disk Updater. Again, if you extracted your files to the right folder you?ve already have this and have that file. Its important to keep the 2 files in the same folder. When I copy the rescue.exe file over to the rescue.exe folder I get a warning message (in Japanese) about how the?rescue.exe? is placed in a folder and it can only be run from the folder it?s stored.I don?t fully understand this and have no idea what it means but I just went ahead and did it anyways. If you don?t want to do this and get those warning messages, copy the rescue.exe file to the?rescueusb.exe? folder and extract the latest version of the updater there. Now that we have that done all that is left is to update the fact.txt file with the new definition info. Now we need to make sure we have the correct version of the rescue.exe file. If you installed it correctly the first time you should be able to right click it and hit install. If you can?t right click on it, try hitting ctrl+X to uninstall it. If you need to reboot your PC after that, do so now and try installing the file again. That?s it! Now restart your computer. 827ec27edc