I'll let Mike answer your question :)
The issue, could probably be solved if you update Trend in the real system.
Reboot PC and again...
After rebooting computer - you should have permanent protection until you manually turn it off.
I wouldn't pay too close attention to those "event errors" in the logs unless you are having trouble.
You'll always find numerous errors in the...
Thanks, we'll anxiously await your findings.
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It's pretty obvious at this point that SysEvent.Evt is the problem.
It's most likely corrupt.
That log file contains all the system...
Where have I seen that error before? hmm.
I've only seen it in 4 situations:
1. Malicious software
2. Micro$oft Update
3. USB device was...
Yep, thats what happened.
Time change happened with RVS running - 1st hour
Upon Bootup, all changes lost - 2nd hour
So, since Windows...
hi darkwolf_99 ..
1. Do you have administrative rights to the Windows Server 2008?
2. You could try to right-click on Returnil.exe, (located in...
Thats a fluke with the operating system (XP).
Wi-Fi USB's also do that every so often.
It's all in the way that XP loads each device as it's...
No problem 8)
You needed a LIVE Windows CD
It's a cd thats boots your computer into a seperate operating system.
You could had run all kinds of utilities to...
leave it as:
autocheck autochk *
This will put it in it's normal mode.
ok - READ CAREFULLY
look for a key called:
Look for the...
Well ... hmm
Do you know how to edit the registry?
Because there is a very simple fix for this.
XP has a habit of running a scan upon bootup of "new" drives.
You'll find it will do this to flash drives as well as externals.
So, it wouldn't...
Hmm .. that might be another whole can of worms.
Whats the size, make, USB or Firewire? Details might help.
Most externals will indicate...
I just ran a test on a so so computer:
1.6 Ghz Pentium - 256 mb Ram - 80 gb Hard Drive - WinXP
Installed RVS with 10 gb cache and a 10 gb...
Just a heads up ...
Anytime you have Ram troubles ... the likelihood that you have a bad sector(s)
on your hard drive is pretty good. Bad memory...
Returnil Virtual System
I don't use Vista - but, if you're using XP ...
Right-click on your Hard Drive "C:" in My Computer - choose Properties.
Go to the Tools Tab....
Seems to me, you have a hardware issue.
You could run several different test to rule these out:
1. Bad Sector(s) on Hard Drive
2. MFT Corrupt...
Thanks for looking into it.
I wanted a way to cold start Returnil from a commandline with sessionlock on.
The reason for this is because I have...
Thanks for the reply.
Never thought to run that line twice.
"C:\Program Files\Returnil\Returnil.exe" /sessionlock
I tried several different ways in the free version.
Separate names with a comma.