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What should the content of Rescue disk look like in Explorer?

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I have used WinSetupFromUsb to create a bootable Rescue USB Disk, following the instructions from here http://remontka.pro/winsetupfromusb/

 

Now when I plugin the USB, what I see on it in Explorer is the following (see picture from attachment), where the folder ISO contains kav_rescue_10.iso and Kapersky Rescue Disk 10.0 folder is empty.

 

However when I open kav_rescue_10.iso in ISO viewer it shows slightly different structure, including Boot folder and others.

 

I wonder whether the rescue disk is created correctly ???

 

PS In GoogleSearch it says smth about having to use FAT16/32 for rescue disk, whereas my disk was formatted in NTFS just like the System Disk on my computer. Do I need to re-format it in FAT32 now?

 

My computer system is Windows 8.1 with NTFS disks

 

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I have just found and used this instruction from kaspersky support site: http://support.kaspersky.com/8092

 

Having re-formatted my USB using FAT32, I can now see in Explorer the following structure on newly created rescue disk:

 

Root Folder rescue ->

Subfolder help

File grub - Application

File rescue.iso

File rescueusb.iso

 

Root File liveusb

Root File syslinux.cfg

 

 

- is this what it should look like or what???

 

 

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