Hiren’s BootCD Alternatives for Linux
There are many alternatives to Hiren’s BootCD for Linux if you are looking for a replacement. The best Linux alternative is MediCat USB, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 10 alternatives to Hiren’s BootCD and 13 are available for Linux so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Linux alternatives to Hiren’s BootCD are SystemRescue (Free, Open Source), Ultimate Boot CD (Free), Hiren’s BootCD PE (Free) and All in One – System Rescue Toolkit (Free).
- A highly-customizable multiboot USB stick for modern PC Repair. Supports both Legacy BIOS and UEFI. Based on Ventoy. View 13 alternatives to MediCat USBNo screenshots yet
- Free • Open Source
- Universal USB Installer
MediCat USB vs Hiren’s BootCDMore complete, versatile and updated to the time this was writtengood tools, boot usb (dvd)
- Hiren’s BootCD PE (Preinstallation Environment) is a restored edition of Hiren’s BootCD based on Windows 10 PE x64. PE version is being developed by Hiren’s BootCD fans. it supports UEFI booting and requires minimum 2 GB RAM. View 25 alternatives to Hiren’s BootCD PE
- Free • Proprietary
Hiren’s BootCD PE vs Hiren’s BootCDIt is a “renewed” version of the old tool based on an updated version of Windows PE (based on Windows 10) and comes with many tools. However it does not contain ‘every’ option from the old one, the linux encironment is missing for example. It has worked wonderfully in the vast majority of systems I have booted it to.
- This utility disc is designed to quickly and efficiently aid a technician with troubleshooting and repairing Windows based PCs. View 11 alternatives to All in One – System Rescue Toolkit
Download reportedly includes a cryptominer and VirusTotal seem to corroborate that. See https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/48d8212a2e7df3fc882eef5a222899c4c8a0dbcab110d29a4eece0f12a903bf0/detection
- Free • Proprietary
All in One – System Rescue Toolkit vs Hiren’s BootCDIt has an all in one toolkit running on Linux and another great tool running under windows as well. Moreover, all this stuff is up to date on May 2017 unlike HBCD !Doesn't boot into Windows