Hbcd Adds.7z is a compressed file that contains additional programs and tools for Hiren's BootCD, a popular bootable CD/USB that can help you troubleshoot and repair various computer problems. In this article, we will show you how to download and use Hbcd Adds.7z file.
Step 1: Download Hbcd Adds.7z File
You can download Hbcd Adds.7z file from the official website of Hiren's BootCD at https://www.hirensbootcd.org/download/. The file size is about 41 MB and it contains 77 programs and tools that are not included in the default Hiren's BootCD ISO image[^1^]. Some of the programs and tools are:
Acronis TrueImage 2021: A powerful backup and disk imaging software
AOMEI Backupper: A free and easy-to-use backup and restore software
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware: A popular anti-malware application that can remove even the most advanced malware
ProduKey: A small utility that displays the ProductID and the CD-Key of Microsoft Office, Windows, Exchange Server, and SQL Server installed on your computer
TestDisk: A powerful data recovery software that can fix partition table, recover deleted partition, recover FAT32 boot sector, fix FAT tables, recover NTFS boot sector, fix MFT, undelete files from FAT, exFAT, NTFS and ext2 file systems
Step 2: Extract Hbcd Adds.7z File
After downloading Hbcd Adds.7z file, you need to extract it using a program that can handle 7z files, such as 7-Zip or WinRAR. You can extract it to any folder on your computer, but we recommend extracting it to the same folder where you have the Hiren's BootCD ISO image. For example, if you have the Hiren's BootCD ISO image named HBCD_PE_x64.iso in C:\\HBCD folder, you can extract Hbcd Adds.7z file to C:\\HBCD\\Hbcd Adds folder.
Step 3: Add Hbcd Adds.7z File to Hiren's BootCD ISO Image
Now that you have extracted Hbcd Adds.7z file, you need to add it to the Hiren's BootCD ISO image using a program that can edit ISO files, such as UltraISO or PowerISO. You can follow these steps:
Open the Hiren's BootCD ISO image (e.g., HBCD_PE_x64.iso) with your ISO editor program.
Navigate to the /HBCD/Programs folder inside the ISO image.
Drag and drop the entire /Hbcd Adds folder that you extracted earlier into the /HBCD/Programs folder inside the ISO image.
Save the changes and exit your ISO editor program.
You have now successfully added Hbcd Adds.7z file to the Hiren's BootCD ISO image.
Step 4: Burn or Write Hiren's BootCD ISO Image to CD/USB
The final step is to burn or write the modified Hiren's BootCD ISO image to a CD or USB drive that you can use to boot your computer. You can use any program that can burn or write ISO files to CD/USB, such as CDBurnerXP or Rufus[^1^]. You can follow these steps:
Insert a blank CD or USB drive into your computer.
Open your CD/USB burning or writing program and select the modified Hiren's BootCD ISO image (e.g., HBCD_PE_x64.iso) as the source file.
Select your CD or USB drive as the destination device.
Start the burning or writing process and wait until it finishes.
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