About scanning objects for viruses
Virus scan is one of the most important tools for protecting your computer. The virus scan detects the spread of any malicious code, which for some reason may not have been detected by the malware protection.
After the object scan task starts, Kaspersky Rescue Disk scans the objects selected by the user. You can scan any object in the computer’s file system.
By default, the following list of objects corresponds to the object scan. It includes boot sectors and files on logical drives. You can edit this list as necessary.
Logical drives which are not assigned a name in Windows will be displayed in the following way – sdbN, where N – is a number assigned to disk by Kaspersky Rescue Disk (see the figure below).
Logical drives which are not assigned a name in Windows
The objects scan requires its own specific set of settings, configured in the Kaspersky Rescue Disk interface by default. Kaspersky Lab considers these settings to be optimal and has combined them in thesecurity level. If the preset level does not meet your needs, you can:
The task process is displayed in the Kaspersky Rescue Disk main application window, on thetab under the name of the running task.
While the scan is running, information about its results is logged in a Kaspersky Rescue Disk report (the Report link in the top part of the window).