The X:\ partition appears when I boot from the recovery partition. It's 31 MB in size.
In your DISKPART report, you have two partitions:
the "main" one which gets letter C:\
the "recovery" one which gets letter D:\
Where does the X:\ come from?
Is it the letter that is given to the PE .WIM image that you boot when you choose the recovery partition?
Yes, MBR.INI in both paths and the one in X:\ are identical.
Most probably you have set your system not to show executable files.
I would bet that you probably have in
C:\system.sav\Util a MBRINST.EXE file
and as well and definitely one in
C:\ program Files\SMINST
Now, should this latter info be confirmed, you have a
this sounds very like the \SMINST\ path reported before:
Now, you posted the MBR.INI that you found in your X:\ drive, whatever it is, can you post also the one in C:\system.sav\Util\ and the one in C:\Program Files\SMINST\?
Unless they are all identical, of course.
I will also need a DIR /S of C:\system.sav\Util\ and a DIR /S of C:\Program Files\SMINST\
DIR /S of C:\system.sav\Util\ :
uTIL.TXT 7.76KB 8 downloads
DIR /S of C:\Program Files\SMINST\:
sminst.TXT 7.69KB 9 downloads
I found something Interesting: The Patch.cmd has a log file in systerm.sav, that log file was created 04/02/2009 ,although I ran the patch today.
Anyway the patch when it was executed in 04/02/2009 [ not by me] seemed to work perfectly.
I'll attach the correct LOG in 04/02/2009 and the LOG created when I ran it today.
PATCH_CMD_correct_.txt 12.48KB 20 downloads
PATCH_CMD_errors_.txt 5.13KB 10 downloads
I don't know why the new LOG didn't overwright the old one.
Edited by ahmad2080, 04 April 2009 - 11:55 AM.