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if srescan.sys is located anywhere other than, C:\Windows\System32, then you have problems
Edited by garmanma, 22 July 2009 - 09:05 PM.
Mark why won't my laptop work?
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I have only a copy of it under Windows\System32\Zonelabs. However, scanning with RootRepeal showed a srescan.sys that's hidden. When I tried to wipe it, it says invalid path. I am suspicious that this is not the same one as the one under System32 directory.