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#1 Macarlo


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Posted 01 July 2006 - 02:19 AM

Hi Windows Gurus, greetings and salutations. :thumbsup:

I recently copied by System Commander diskette my OS from Disk 1 to Disk 0 in order to destroy a new generation of boot virus that loads a lethal trojan at startup (this one erases all root content as ntldr, boot.ini etc etc). Then my Windows Server Enterprise Edition has changed its boot letter from D to C. I repaired this OS in its new HDD using its install CD repair option and all shortcuts have been changed from D:\ to C:\...But its Windows Installer follows seeking for drive D as the target for new apps installs and I simple cannot install some ones as iTunes and more...How do I to solve this problem?!

I sincerely thanks in advance any help!!

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