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Originally posted by Neomaster I don't understand how i can work a rescue disk?
A rescue disk just gives you a working Linux environment that you can use to fix problems on a Linux system that doesn't boot properly. The rescue disk could be your installation cd used in rescue mode, some other live-cd like I mentioned above, or a mini-distro that runs off of a floppy disk, like tomsrtbt: