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Trying to find RSIT and RSGA scans

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#1 PianoMan55


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Posted 05 August 2018 - 10:55 PM

I had the RSIT and RSGA scan programs on another drive that I removed because of some strange problems. I have inserted another drive temporarily until I can fix the other drive. I am starting with all fresh downloads so as not to use any possibly infected ones on the other drive.

     Can any one tell me where to find them? I thought I got them here on this site, but have spent 30 minutes searching. My memory seems to be on the fritz and cannot recall things that used to come easy for me. I would just like to have a fresh download to use, just in case. It showed some .exe files that were missing in System 32, as well as WIndows\WOW files.

     I posted this in Windows 10 Support "Conflicting Drive Information" but have received no replies. I now have the scans from FRST, RSIT, RGSA, and Rkill if anyone in that section would like to take a peek. I sent them to Malwarebytes Thurday, Aug 2, so should hear from them tomorrow. I fear that my external drives may be infected, but I know nothing about reading the scans. Thanks.

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Posted 06 August 2018 - 05:45 AM

Is this what you mean.....Random system information tool?




Another one here on Majorgeeks:




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#3 garioch7


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Posted 06 August 2018 - 11:41 AM

RGSA is available for download, here.

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