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    XP Boot Trouble

    I recently got a trial version of deepfreeze to have a play around with, but halfway through the isntall the computer just rebooted, so it was half installed, so after that my comp would hang for a while on the login screen so i decided to delete what ever was left which in cluded program files and a DeepFrz.sys in my win\sys32\drivers. Now when ever i boot i get a blue screen of death complaining about some hardware, but then when i boot to my other xp partition its fine.

    I was thinking of gettin a Live linux distro so i could move that deepfrz.sys back (i made i cpy) buti dunno any that support r/w on ntfs partitions.

    any help would be great thanks
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    XP Boot Trouble

    I recently got a trial version of deepfreeze to have a play around with, but halfway through the isntall the computer just rebooted, so it was half installed, so after that my comp would hang for a while on the login screen so i decided to delete what ever was left which in cluded program files and a DeepFrz.sys in my win\sys32\drivers. Now when ever i boot i get a blue screen of death complaining about some hardware, but then when i boot to my other xp partition its fine.

    I was thinking of gettin a Live linux distro so i could move that deepfrz.sys back (i made i cpy) buti dunno any that support r/w on ntfs partitions.

    any help would be great thanks
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    http://www.lankum.com/store/catalog/...roducts_id=295

    Haven't tried it, but it looks interesting.

    EDIT: 'nuther one.

    http://www.inside-security.de/insert_en.html

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    http://www.lankum.com/store/catalog/...roducts_id=295

    Haven't tried it, but it looks interesting.

    EDIT: 'nuther one.

    http://www.inside-security.de/insert_en.html

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