Discussion in 'FirstDefense-ISR Forum' started by Meriadoc, Mar 2, 2010.
So I decided to install the new 3.3...
Installing FDISR from the command line with a switch to make a log file I can see the errors. Is Todd still about?
edit: I've found the isrsetup log.
This might seem a bit obvious: any residuals from something else on that C ??
Naked XP ??
PM to the boot meister: Pandlouk ?
Heh: Reinstall XP??
Use XPSP2 and then upgrade ??
Delete the boot files (they may be hidden) and then use FDisk.
Start FDisk and issue this command: FDisk /mbr
LOL: You??: BIOS rootkit ??
Hi Lb, thanks for a reply and your on the right track with one of the suggestions I imagine. I beginning to think its some remnant or incompatibility as huh I've had a look at everything, really annoyed me this has.
The problem is right there in the quote above, but what's causing this, something I'm overlooking - atm, stumped.
Fixed - close if you wish.
I'm happy to see that you succeeded in taking care of your "1722" problem. But, before the tread's closed, can I ask you if you could satisfy my curiosity by elaborating a bit on the resolution path you had to fellow (just hope you did not have to rebuild from system scratch/backup...)?
Shhhh its embarrassing.
yeah I suppose I should of expanded the post somewhat...
Its nothing really special, I don't know how it happened, I've certainly racked my brain over it but somehow I've a hidden partition that wasn't showing up in my trusty Paragon Partition Manager 8 that obviously stopped the install. I just happened to be working with a linux cd and there it was staring me in the face. Checked it over with WinHex and removed it and went on to install classic FD.
hehe, all's well then. And if we ever encounter this error 1722 message we will now have to remember to check for some partitioning boogaloos .
Thanks for your fellow up.
So nice to have FD-ISR running again, original (consolidated) version.
Except for Server I hadn't used FD for awhile but still using a hardware ISR type attached to the motherboard and hard disk which after nearly 9 years of use gave up, which is one of the reasons why I wanted to use FD Pro on one of my workstations again.
Seeing that I expect to use XP for quite awhile yet and using the simple hack for Windows 7 I think the original FD will be around for a long time.
LOL, that was a bit erm: short ?
'the old secret partition" issue eh?
@ruinebabine: nice to see u still around.
I will actually pay for a new FD-R licence: because of one of pandlouks earlier posts re 'support' and the "future"
Mmm, I have no problem with that and often done this in the past. As I'm just lying here trying to get better with just my laptop and not much else to do I shall place the order right now.
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