I am thrilled at getting the exact information I need, and I even was lucky enough to get it within minutes of posting my question. Kozierok. You will probably not be able to see your slave drive when you're finished with Windows Setup. In the Extract dialog box, select the A drive, and then click Extract.
Charlie erik_carlstrom Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 10-Apr-2008 Posts: 3,835 Solutions: 83 Kudos: 452 Kudos1 Stats Re: Cannot uninstall GoBack 4.02 Posted: 03-Nov-2008 | 11:54AM • Permalink That's probably due to our Report • #7 Ashley1995 October 28, 2012 at 19:13:27 Thanks Dave and Othehill. I will get back to your thread ASAP. Press any key to try again." Don't panic.
Make sure the CD has been removed completely before you restart.If Knoppix boots properly, you should get a splash screen with a picture of a speedometer on it. Why Knoppix? Even the boot .iso suggested in the first post failed. You will shortly be prompted to initiate a repair install, which will SAVE your programs and data.Agree to the EULA by pressing F8.You may see a brief message at the bottom
Recovery Console is incapable of doing entire drive copies, in fact there are sections of the drive that Recovery Console doesn't have access to, so that makes it inadequate for most Skip to main content Norton.com Norton Community Home Forums Blogs Search HelpWelcome Message FAQs Search Tips Participation Guidelines Terms and Conditions MenuUserLog in Sign up English简体中文 Français Deutsch 日本語 Português Español Select yes -- Norton proceeds to scan the disk. 2.4) Norton warns that the MBR had been modified and GoBack unhooked, and asks whether to restore GoBack. Press any key, or alternatively smash your fist into the keyboard, to force GoBack to scan ALL the CD drives for bootable CDs.Windows Setup will likely give you the message "Press
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MS MCP, MCSE Reply With Quote 10-31-2003,07:50 PM #3 dirtfarmer View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Dec 2001 Location alberta canada Posts 151 well add/remove does NOT work her If it does, you have successfully removed the plague.To perform a complete reinstall of Windows (This will erase ALL your data):This one's easy. The procedure is tedious, but works. Do not push Escape, as it will then switch to "Fresh Install" mode and ask you which hard drive you want to erase.Setup will modify your Windows system folders by deleting
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Two reasons. The computer has finished starting when you see an A:\> prompt and a blinking cursor. However, the recovery console is really quite useless unless you've got one or two files that you desperately need to copy to a thumb drive. Bios sees it properly, as does the Live Linux.
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It took me about 8 hours for 60GB of data. At that point, you want to shut down. You tried other methods to remove the changes that GoBack has made to the boot sector, but still cannot start Windows.
If you wan to use the equvelant of GOBack just turn on SYSTEM RESTORE in WinXP. That "/u" is critical, make sure it's there.You'll get the Norton GoBack splash screen, and you might even get that progress bar that moves down towards the left hand side of This WILL destroy all data on the partition. You'll then get the menu which asks you whether you want to install windows, load the recovery console, or quit.
and it tells you how to re-enable it once whatever you needed is done. Maybe even a new HDD for a REAL fresh install since it has a pair of 250's and a 500 gig is cheap. Can anyone suggest an answer, short of replacing yet anothe HDD? You must click "yes".
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