After several login errors (safeboot said, incorrect password using diferent users as admin and password sure was ok), our system admin decided to remove safeboot from a laptop.
10 hours later, after safeboot sucesfully removed, we still cant log into the computer. The computer ask always for the emergency disk, we use the disk and tried to restore the original MBR, then comes a "NTLDR is Missing" msg.
We are decripting again, because we dint found a place to see if the partition is still cypher or not, mounting the partition from a linux live cd we can see the partition is not ok.
Local McAfee staff cant solve the problem and redirects to Holland, but we are still waiting.
We had something similar... here is how to safe your data (to put back the SB MBR) 1. Since you use the "restore original MBR", the FAT (NTFS) is no longer there... so you want to use BartPE with WinTech and authendicates with the machine export file from the server. 2. Then "restore SB MBR"... 3. Most likely by now, you can use A43 utility to view your data.
To remove SB... 4. use remove SafeBoot again... 5. delete SBXFERDB.SDB 6. restart....
Note: the "remove SafeBoot", does not remove it completely.. it only decrypt the entire drive... so I will delete "SBXFERDB.SDB" right after "remove SafeBoot"... in such case, SafeBoot will not start encrypt your system after you restart. As for SBXFERDB.sdb, it's your machine token/policy/settings.
PS: my guess.... your syste restarted to Windows... then SafeBoot try to encrypt it again...
again, this is only my experience, I can not 100% guarantee your situation... good luck!
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