My Windows XP is corrupted: I'm not able to start Windows (including safe mode tryings)- BSOD. I know how to solve the problem (a simple scandisk from an external boot disk is enough, according to the error code). But... the disk is encrypted using Safeboot 4.2. I know my username and password (obviously!), but, I can't boot from an external disk, having the option to decrypt the internal hdd. I created a bootable UBCD USB stick, containing Safetech plugin, but after authorisation, when I try to authenticate myself I obtain the following error: " e0050004 The wrong version of the SafeBoot Client is currently active". So, how do you think I can solve my problem? I don't want to re-format the hdd.
This creates a bootable windows environment that can authenticate to the drive via the Safeboot plugin. From there you can use any of the utilities on the cd to check the drive, recover data or whatever else.
In fact, I used the same plugin and UBCD4WIN like your proposal - Safeboot BartPE Plugin (There are no other options in the visible internet). I mistyped the name. So, the problem is: I can't authenticate myself. No login! The error box only. I suppose the problem is related to the encryption algorithm. There are any other libraries (sbalg.dll, sbalg.sys, etc.) available? My installed Safeboot version is 4.2
I'm sorry, but I don't understand. How am I supposed to "switch to the SafeBoot4 version"? Is there any SafeBoot4 BartPE plugin on the web?!:confused: According to the tbone's post there is no chance. So???
The Plugin for BartPE is on the V4 Tools CD, you should have downloaded that when your company bought the product. It might be hard for McAfee to deliver, though the SafeBoot people might still be able to find it for you.
I guess you've got the plugin from the v5 Tools CD. I don't have access to the systems which store it unfortuantly as I'm travelling all week, but it exists for sure.