again bootsect problem.

Discussion in 'FirstDefense-ISR Forum' started by Egelie, Feb 24, 2010.

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  1. Egelie
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    Egelie Registered Member

    for a ouple of months ago i did have problems installing FirstDefense-ISR_3.31.233_Professional.exe.

    i got this advice:

    icrosoft Windows [versie 6.1.7600]
    Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. Alle rechten voorbehouden.

    D:\>bootsect.exe /nt52 C:
    Target volumes will be updated with NTLDR compatible bootcode.

    Could not map drive partitions to the associated volume device objects:
    Toegang geweigerd.

    D:\>bootsect.exe /nt60 C:
    Target volumes will be updated with BOOTMGR compatible bootcode.

    Could not map drive partitions to the associated volume device objects:
    Toegang geweigerd.

    D:\>bootsect.exe /nt61 C:

    bootsect {/help|/nt60|/nt52} {SYS|ALL|<DriveLetter>:} [/force] [/mbr]

    Boot sector restoration tool

    Bootsect.exe updates the master boot code for hard disk partitions in order to
    switch between BOOTMGR and NTLDR. You can use this tool to restore the boot
    sector on your computer.

    Run "bootsect /help" for detailed usage instructions.

    I succeeded in the above and could install the ISR version and use it.
    a couple of months later i installed FirstDefense-ISR_3.32.235_Professional.exe.

    so further no problems , till to day
    I did make a empty boot and installed windows 7 64 bit.
    but installing the FirstDefense-ISR_3.32.235_Professional.exe did not go well.
    Unknown bootsec.
    so i tried the given advise but i did not succeeded .
    What do i wrong?
    Why is FirstDefense-ISR_3.32.235_Professional.exe not changed in such a way that such problems not occure ?
    On this moment i can't boot to the other snapshots.

    what to do ?

    Frits Egelie
  2. Egelie
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    Egelie Registered Member

    i complained to early.

    forgotten to do the UAC slider put down and used the wrong NT command.
    I used bootsect /nt61 c: it must be nt60 c:

    Frits
  3. carfal
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    carfal Registered Member

    Alternatively you could have right clicked on the "Command Prompt" shortcut and select "Run as administrator". Then execute "bootsect /nt60 c:" and then install FD-ISR :D
  4. Egelie
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    Egelie Registered Member


    Carfal,

    nice idea. i make a complete note of all.
    But, why is FirstDefense-ISR_3.32.235_Professional.exe not changed in such a way , that this will not occure.
    frits
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