McAfee is a popular antivirus program that has a boot disk aspect for restarting and scanning infected or damaged computers. It helps to remove all the dangerous virus software form your computer. When you use internet on your computer then the chances of virus become high because of the presences of numbers of defeated sites that may destroy your entire data and can make your PC slow. Once you install McAfee antivirus in your computer, you will become able to resist them and can secure your computer in an effective manner.  Along with this, to make the CD boot on a USB drive is not very tricky.


At McAfee support Australia, we have provided some steps to create a bootable McAfee rescue USB disk. These steps are carefully arranged, under the valuable direction of highly qualified technical experts.

Step 1. Start McAfee and click on “Tools,” then “Emergency CD

Step 2. Select “Operating System Installation CD,” then click “Next.”

Step 3. Insert your USB drives in a USB port.

Step 4. Select the USB drive from the list of drives.

Step 5. Click “Next” and your emergency USB will be created.

We have made these steps in a very simple language so the user will not face any difficulty while following them. But if in case the user will stuck on this then they can even contact on McAfee support Australia for any type of assistance. Our technical experts are always available on working days and at working hour for assisting our esteemed customers. Along with this, they hold immense experience in the respective area and ensure to fix the issue within the given time frame. Our main motive is to provide you an amazing browsing experience.

You can also connect with us for AVG Antivirus Support or Kaspersky Antivirus Support


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