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BartPE USB, file missing


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#1 bellavida

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 11:58 AM

Hello,

My computer was infected with a winsrv trojan and I am unable to log onto any accounts, including admin. I have tried safe mode and I used the recovery console to replace the userinit file. It said it successfully replaced it, but I again could not log into any accounts (automatically logs me out, no taskbar, icons, and no access to system restore. I managed to find tutorials on BartPE and installed it onto a flash drive. It starts loading up and then I get the message that the file iastor.sys cannot be found.

I used a Dell XP Home with SP2 and I know that is the reason that some of the files may be missing and I tried to install the Fix Dell plugin using BartPE but I cannot figure out how exactly to do that. Is there another way that I can get the missing file or are there more detailed instructions on how to install the Fix Dell plugin? Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading!

Bella


EDIT:

I'm very glad to say that I was able to figure out the error. I just had to place the Fix Dell file in the plugin folder in BartPE and also extract a file that was hidden. My apologies if this caused any inconvenience.

Edited by bellavida, 11 November 2011 - 03:02 PM.


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