BootSector Virus write protect...and freeze hard disks Tags: Security Virus Bootsector Hard Drives CD-Rom Windows XP Last response: November 8, 2011 12:17 AM in Windows XP Share maxboy June 3, 2011 4:02:38 PM bootsector virus write protected avira bootsector cd try chkdsk /R ..... Try fixboot ...... Try fixmbr try partition wipe try (2,3,4,,pass partition recovery TRY Dban boot and nuke cd try one passess try hex editor try Dir commands try kaspersky rescue cd try (scanner failed) freeze hard disk bootable Live Xp cd try all windows files destroy all registry keys destroy bootsector virus write protected freeze hard drive 4096 byte allocation formatted hard disk very large clusters corrupted registry and directories More about : bootsector virus write protect freeze hard disks AntiZig June 3, 2011 4:45:18 PM ouch, sounds like a nasty one, might have to end up wipig the whole HDD maxboy July 15, 2011 4:04:43 AM partition wipe and then windows xp setup An unexpected error (32769) occurred at line 5218 in d:\xpsp\base\boot\setup\setup. Damaged boot sector. Damaged master boot record (MBR). Virus infections. how make bootloader ?? (error for) how create emergency repair disk ??? Related resources BootSector Write !! VIRUS - Forum Bootsector virus ??? - Forum Bootsector virus ! - Forum VIRUS - Forum DOS to Win98 LAN connection, and a virus issue - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer maxboy November 2, 2011 6:26:53 PM locked hard drive >>> No password locked hard drive >>> Attributes off Damaged partition table..And partition wipe failed Disk edit failed...... locked hard drive>>>nothing happens nothing gets done Dos for disk edit>>>No try maxboy November 5, 2011 10:47:30 PM locked hard drive>>>nothing happens nothing gets done /dev/sdc...vs crashes /dev/sdd.../dev/sda..../dev/sdb..../dev/sdc >> it can not find it can not find them>>> /dev/sdd.../dev/sda..../dev/sdb..../dev/sdc Wrong bios,Have update>>>>Example:::update msi files,,,4 gb ram and I have 2 gb ram... tigsounds a b 8 Security November 5, 2011 11:34:47 PM First, zero fill the drive. Then partition & format. How? DL, burn ISO to CD and then boot with this disk you made from HERE. It's the 19.3MB boot CD that will save your drive. maxboy November 6, 2011 9:10:49 AM I know >>, zero fill the drive. Then partition & format. I know >>>I have dban cd..try Have a hard drive blocks,and I have wrong bios update..Update msi files 4gb ram..I have 2gb ram /dev/sdc...vs crashes /dev/sdd.../dev/sda..../dev/sdb..../dev/sdc >> it can not find it can not find them>>> /dev/sdd.../dev/sda..../dev/sdb..../dev/sdc tigsounds a b 8 Security November 6, 2011 2:04:07 PM You are determined to have a problem with that drive. You can lead a horse to water... you know the rest. maxboy November 7, 2011 5:23:41 AM Locked hard drive source>>>Dos partitions block,, /dev/sdc...vs crashes /dev/sdd.../dev/sda..../dev/sdb..../dev/sdc >> it can not find it can not find them>>> /dev/sdd.../dev/sda..../dev/sdb..../dev/sdc tigsounds a b 8 Security November 8, 2011 12:17:36 AM Yes, we've seen that before. What is the actual source of those error messages? What program is sending the error messages? Is your drive a Seagate device type/model 7200.11 ? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumBios rom & Troubleshooting tips ?? Please help.. ForumHow to partion hard drive for best performance ForumHard Drive Issue with Windows XP ForumCan I use PC 133 Memory in a motherboard that orig ForumDrWatson Errors, Crashing, hard drive clicks ForumWindows 7 Installation freeze at Starting Windows screen Forumchoppy games ForumIs it necessary to full format the new HDD? Forum100% hard drive activity and screen freezes ForumWindows won't load (blue screen - virus ) Forumrestore MBR ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP ForumWhy doesn't my computer see my hard drive ForumRemove Write Protection ForumWhy cant my computer read my external hard drive when it appears in my computer More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !