This is my first post here and I found out about your utility through the show "Systm" on Revision3.com. I'm new to the whole boot/recovery CD thing and don't have a full grasp of it yet. I did build one and tested it to see if it ran and it did. I just don't know much of what to do after that. I do want to know if after I have made the boot disc, do I have to keep the UBCD4windows installed for the boot disc to work off of? I'm assuming yes. The reason I ask it that my McAfee keeps identifying two files in it as "Potentially Unwanted Program". I just want to double check that they are fine and have not now become something that is known as malware that wasn't know as that before. I've been spending weeks recovering from a disaster and am very paranoid. I did read about the false positive stuff but, I just want a direct consolation from someeone on these files for my paranoid butt.
The two files detected are:
C:\UBCD4Win\plugin\Cleanup Tools\ComboFix\ComboFix.exe...............detection name:RemAdm-ProcLaunch!171
C:UBCD4Win\plugin\Cleanup Tools\SDFix\SDFix.exe......................detection name: PrcViewer
Also, is there not a way I can have it installed in my Program Files folder instead of outside of it? I like to keep that area as clean as possible of clutter so I can recognize anything new put in there that shouldn't be there right away. That's if I have to keep it installed. Last question is I've already made the boot disc, then uninstalled, then re-installed the program. That shouldn't affect the disc from working correctly right? Forgive my ignorance but, as I've said, this boot/recovery stuff is all new for me and am finally delving into this area.
Thanks in advance. I have an eye infection and it's a little hard to read so I can't delve in here to much more to see if these were already answered.
This post has been edited by UltraBoot: 17 September 2009 - 10:27 AM