Create a Linux Rescue Environment
From the menu, click Other
Tasks > Create Rescue Media.
The Rescue Media wizard appears.
Select Linux and click Next.
Note: As with all rescue CD's, the Linux rescue CD can restore all Windows operating system.
The Rescue Media Drivers page will be shown. This
step in the wizard will list devices that may be required to restore an
image in the Windows PE environment, e.g.: RAID controllers. Note
that it is not necessary to add drivers for all the devices, you only
need to add drivers for devices that will be used in a restore or image
Further Reading for more topics. Click
Next when all required drivers have been set for devices.
The Rescue Media Burn page appears.
The Linux rescue CD advanced options can help boot your system if the CD has problems with your PC hardware.
Click the 'Advanced' button.
Select Compatibility Mode or Debug Mode as required and click OK.
Select the media as follows:
To create a CD or DVD, select CD/DVD Burner,
and select the drive from the list.
For greater reliability, we recommend that you use non-erasable CD-R or DVD+/-R media.
Click Finish to begin creating
Note: If you have problems creating a disk, you can try burning it using your preferred CD/DVD writing software. To use separate burning software, save the image as an ISO image file. To create an ISO image file, select CD/DVD Burner, and select Create ISO image file from the list. Your preferred CD/DVD writing software should know what to do with the ISO image file.
Shutdown and boot your computer with the Rescue media.
You should now have your Rescue media ready to restore an image. Keep the media in a safe place.