We have 10 new Dell Latitude E5510 laptops with Windows 7 , SATA 160 GB Hard disk, in the bios the SATA disk is set to AHCI mode as it won't boot on ATA mode.
Next to the system we are running Safeboot Administrator 220.127.116.11 ( Don't know whats the difference between EEM and Safeboot.. ? ) , anyway we run Safeboot.
After installation its going to encrypt the hard disk, takes few hours to do so.. after this it starts to reboot and comes up with the 'Safeboot has been corrupted 92h error.
Had 3 laptops so far, all Latitude E5510 all got the same error.
These are brand new laptops, Windows 7 updated till the latest one, only some Citrix software on it, i reckon there is recover partition on the HD from Dell itself (whooptiedoo).
We have no problem installing with older Dell laptops as we have around 100+ different kind of versions, these are just the new series of laptops we are going to use.
Any advise / info would be very much appriciated,
Many thanks for any response.
@ mr Ram.
Yes they have, it was stated in my first post aswell, read on another post on here that the recovery partition could be the one causing some trouble.
I was afraid you were going to say that, its been indeed several years since someone actually looked if the system was up to date or installed properly, i found out that it was messy so its my job to make it up to date..
just wanted to make sure it is about using the newest versions and not anything else.
Will make sure it will get updated/upgraded to the last version, any other suggestions if this may not be the issue?Message was edited by: Thetford on 25/08/10 07:09:44 CDT
In my past experience I had solved same problem by removing recovery partitions.
Check for the recovery software remove it from Add Remove programs or Remove Recovery partition from Disk Management and than install safeboot.
Note: Do these all steps on test machine only
We made checklist for site it to removed any hardisk or vendor recovery tools
Recovery tools or anything like that protect hardisk modification well as it'ssupposed to do.. recovery
I have spotted on several occasions the use of the wrong KB link.
When providing helpful links to open an article directly you need to use the format:
Attempting to use the KB.mcafee format instead of the KC.mcafee above will just bring you to a login window. The KB.mcafee is trying to access to the internal McAfee KnowledgeBase.
All the best
Note: This is another topic I think is worth documenting in the KnowledgeBase.
I did not observe that behavior. So it must be inconsistent then. Therefore I question McAfee practice to provide both URLs for the same thing.
I did not observe that behavior.
Then you must have credentials for KB then? It's not publicly accessible by everyone.
So it must be inconsistent then.
Not as far as I can see - KC is open access, KB is password protected.
Therefore I question McAfee practice to provide both URLs for the same thing.
We don't - KB is restricted, KC is publicly accessible - It's usually my mistake in posting a KB link when I should be posting a KC link.
Not sure this is worth arguing about though - You can try the KB link if you like, if you don't have credentials you're not going to get in.