I think you are using wrong BARTPE CD...
did you created Bart PE cd ? or you got from some1 ?
Yes, I'm using BartPE provided by our Corporate IT, built for AES Encryption..
I loaded it on USB stick, and I just deleted the two SbAlg.sys and dll files, putting then my RC5 files..
When I open SafeTech app, I can choose the correct alg on the option menu, so the program saw it.
is that wrong?
Should I do something different?
Where to get another version of BartPE?
Thanks for fast answer!
yeah.. I did it.
This time, I created by myself with the pe plugin provided on the original setup that we have.
I just changed the provided AES with the RC5 alg files..
No problem at all
so, problem solved?
So, I would suggest to other users:
Putting different SbAlg files on an already created BartPE USB stick MAY NOT work.
You have to do it before building BartPE
I am guessing you missed out replacing one of the files - maybe sbalg.sys in the system32/drivers directory? Good advice though.
I tried this way:
Used BartPE built on AES 256 for USB stick from our Global Corporate IT
Once BartPE OS loaded, I changed SbAlg.sys and SbAlg.dll (and .vxd too) with the one took from my installation source, on %Drive%\Programs\Safeboot\SbAlg
When I was opening SafeTech, on "Algorithm - Select Alg" I was able to view the RC5 1024 encryption..
Once opened the SDB, or the SBFS, it showed me a popup with the computer name that I was trying to restore, once pressed OK I got the "on-topic" error.
I also changed the SafeTech executable with the one from my installation CD.. same happened.
So i rebuilt BarPE with the same files, and no more worries.
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yes, you can't do that - drivers are loaded into memory when the OS starts, so overwriting them afterwards doesnt do anything - the running copy is still the original one.