Step 1. Starting recovery of the operating system
Make sure that the Wizard option Search for damage caused by malware activity is selected and click the
Next button.
Step 2. Problems search
The Wizard searches for problems and damage that should be fixed. When the search is complete, the Wizard
proceeds automatically to the next step.
Step 3. Select actions to fix damage
All damage found at the previous step is grouped based on the type of danger that it poses. For each damage
group, Kaspersky Lab recommends a set of actions to repair the damage. There are three groups:
Strongly recommended actions, which eliminate problems that pose a serious security threat. You are
advised to repair all damage in this group.
Recommended actions are aimed at repairing damage that may pose a threat. You are also advised to
repair damage in this group.
Additional actions repair system damage that is not dangerous now, but may pose a threat to the
computer's security in the future.
To view damage within a group, click the icon to the left of the group name.
To get the Wizard to fix a specific type of damage, select the check box to the left of the damage description. By
default, the Wizard fixes damage belonging to the groups of recommended and strongly recommended actions.
If you do not want to fix a specific type of damage, clear the check box next to it.
It is strongly recommended that you not clear the check boxes selected by default, as doing so will leave your
computer vulnerable to threats.
After you define the set of actions for the Wizard to perform, click the Next button.
Step 4. Fixing damage
The Wizard performs the actions selected during the previous step. It may take a while to fix damage.
After fixing damage, the Wizard automatically proceeds to the next step.
Step 5. Wizard completion
Click the Finish button to close the Wizard.
The rescue disk is a copy of Kaspersky Rescue Disk stored on a removable drive (a CD or USB device). You can use
Kaspersky Rescue Disk for scanning and disinfecting infected computers that cannot be disinfected using other
methods (for example, with anti-virus applications).
If you have purchased a boxed version of Kaspersky Internet Security, in addition to the Kaspersky Internet Security
installation package the installation CD also includes Kaspersky Rescue Disk. You can use this installation CD as a
Rescue Disk.
More details on using Kaspersky Rescue Disk are available on the Technical Support website
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