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FDE - Emergency Recovery Disks- Windows 7 64-bit

Has anyone gotten the Emergency Recovery Disks to work with Windows 7 64-BIT? I followed the instructions in the guide Manuel creation and the automated PowerShell solution,(changed the x86 to amd64) but i keep getting the following error when WinPE boots: "missing or corrupt NBFDENC.SYS Error:0xC0000359. Anyone have any ideas?

As a test, I ran the 32-bit version and it ran well on my PC at home (Win XP 32-bit)
Unfortunately, it's for work and our environment is Win 7 - 64bit.


Here is what I am referring too. I followed every direction. Still no go:Novell Documentation
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Re: FDE - Emergency Recovery Disks- Windows 7 64-bit

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Re: FDE - Emergency Recovery Disks- Windows 7 64-bit

Yes I noticed this as well. Seems the Plug-In is probably only really for x86 Systems. Even though there are supposedly x64 bit aes.sys etc files I think the nbfdenc.sys file is not x64 only x86. For my ERD I borrowed the aes.sys etc + nbfdenc.sys from my running system and placed them in the ERD. Then it was running.

Also I noticed the sys files from the plugin in 11.2.3a weren't the same version as those on my client. When I look to an actual Secude release (which I think is version 9.6.6.? at the moment) of the plugins, then the plugin versions are the same as the installed version.

almckenz;2244598 wrote:
Has anyone gotten the Emergency Recovery Disks to work with Windows 7 64-BIT? I followed the instructions in the guide Manuel creation and the automated PowerShell solution,(changed the x86 to amd64) but i keep getting the following error when WinPE boots: "missing or corrupt NBFDENC.SYS Error:0xC0000359. Anyone have any ideas?

As a test, I ran the 32-bit version and it ran well on my PC at home (Win XP 32-bit)
Unfortunately, it's for work and our environment is Win 7 - 64bit.


Here is what I am referring too. I followed every direction. Still no go:Novell Documentation
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