Here is the final version of this must-have recovery tool. Many bugs have been fixed and more features have been added since the previous version.
However, everything else is pretty much like what you already know. It is based on the BART PE technology and it's still using a mini NT kernel extracted from a Windows XP CD-ROM with Service Pack 2 slipstreamed. It also includes the official and unofficial releases of DriverPacks 7.01, providing you with fair device compatibility. Hundreds of applications are available and capable of repairing your system, recovering your data and helping you with your penetration tests. We strongly believe that this effort is more close to a Linux-based live CD than any other BART PE project currently in progress. It may take 10 minutes or more to boot, mostly due to the numerous device drivers, but it's really worth waiting. When nothing else seems capable of saving your Windows installation, try this one. No kidding.