That ISO damages drives and causes Error 92h.
Has anyone been able to emulate * succesfully* this Emergency Floppy?
I made an image of the floppy and when it runs, Safeboot sees the encyrpted drive as Desk 1, and not Disk 0, therefore doen't work.
I've tried your option "Bootdisk.exe E:"
As I've explained above, this doesn't work because SafeBoot only knows how to deal with Disk 0 and when you run the Emergency Boot it's see the Encyrpted drive as Disk 1, not Disk 0, therefore doesn't work.Message was edited by: eepc_monkey on 19/07/12 12:18:58 AM
Have you actually performed an Emergency Boot on a drive? Just because the app runs doesn't mean that it works!
I used the ISO someone posted up on this forum and it actually caused a Error 92h.
Boot up the floppy and tell me if Disk 0 is the encyrpted drive or your CD's environment is Disk 0.
I made an image of the floppy and put it on a disc and found that the Encyprted drive was Disk 1, not Disk 0. therefore it wouldn't work.
I have since found a way of flipping this around so it works.
I think this related on how the image bootup and detect the hardware..
Do you still have the ISO? maybe i can check it out..
My isolinux.cfg / syslinux.cfg boot menu
MENU LABEL Boot to McAfee SafeTech for Emergency Boot
KERNEL /boot/memdisk append initrd=/safetech/safetech.img
No issue :
With my isolinux All in one multibootable CD (safetech + wintech).
Safetech working fine with emergency boot..
With syslinux bootable USB stick, Yes it's detect my hardrive as 1 (I believe the image has taken up drive 0 or USB stick as drive0)
- So far our IT support using CD not USB (since i;ve not provide them on how to port it to USB in other word there no support for usb stick yet)
Message was edited by: mirrorless on 7/26/12 3:12:41 AM CDT