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  1. In Topic: Bsod 0X7B

    Posted 18 Nov 2009

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    you might be able to run UBUSB and go to "Tools -> Create Kicker CD Only" which will write a new matching set of MBR's between your usb drive and kicker image


    This is a confirmed fix for this problem. Only other option would be to disconnect your UBUSB after use so Avira doesn't change the MBR
  2. In Topic: Bsod 0X7B

    Posted 18 Nov 2009

    At every turn I seem to be more and more misguided.

    test
    3.5 HDD Connected IDE-USB
    UBCD v. 3.5 XP-SP2 boot with UBUSB 1.0.0.46 w/ Kicker iso

    result
    installed Avira Personal while drive was connected in windows
    restart system to load UBCD using the kicker cd
    ...(memory mapped) works with error d:\xpsp\base\ boot\setup\setup. c. press any key
    Windows XP load screen
    STOP: 0x7b (0xF78CE528, 0xC0000034, ...)

    test
    3.5 HDD Connected IDE-USB
    UBCD v. 3.5 XP-SP2 boot with UBUSB 1.0.0.46 w/ Kicker iso

    result
    load on a new system without Avira installed
    ...(memory mapped) works with error d:\xpsp\base\ boot\setup\setup. c. press any key
    Windows XP load screen
    STOP: 0x7b (0xF78CE528, 0xC0000034, ...)

    test
    PNY 2GB Flash Drive USB
    UBCD v. 3.5 XP-SP2 boot with UBUSB 1.0.0.46 w/ Kicker iso

    result
    was not connected to a system when Avira was installed
    load UBCD using the kicker cd
    ...(memory mapped) works with error d:\xpsp\base\ boot\setup\setup. c. press any key
    Windows XP load screen
    Pre-Shell then working well

    When Avira installs a new patch/update to the program itself(not .vdf), it appears that the program will place a 32-bit disk signature on each device that is connected to the computer. I believe that the Nov. 11 update to the Avira program is putting these signatures on the drives and when the UBCD is unpacked it detects the SPR/Appl that werent there previously and forces a BSOD.

    Can a work around be made for this? Should it be? Hope this helps.
  3. In Topic: Bsod 0X7B

    Posted 18 Nov 2009

    The build worked with Avira updated and enabled but would get 0x7b when booting on a system with Avira installed on the main drive.

    It seems odd that it would affect UBCD since it boots before windows does but I keep going back to the rootkit tool in Avira, since it is fairly new to the program.
  4. In Topic: Bsod 0X7B

    Posted 17 Nov 2009

    In no way was I trying to discredit this great compilation of utilities. I was trying to be as thorough as I could to why I believed my problem was with avira not with the build.
    Avira does not list what it scans for rootkits as a security reason so I had no idea which file it was stopping. The build is with 1.0.0.46 and it works great on a system without avira installed.
    I could not find a fix for the 0x7b error i was getting on the forums. Everything suggested just didn't work and removing avira did.

    I honestly thought this would help others since it was a new take on the 0x7b stop error. Please keep up the good work and next time I post it will be more informed.
  5. In Topic: Bsod 0X7B

    Posted 17 Nov 2009

    From Avira: "Rootkits hide and update spyware on your PC. The AntiRootkit feature detects and removes rootkits."

    The rootkit scanning does not involve opening files and reading their contents, as the usual virus scanning. Consequently, you can not specify exceptions.

    For security reasons, we cannot explain the exact process of rootkit scanning.


    Affected products
    • Avira AntiVir Professional [Windows]
    • Avira Premium Security Suite [Windows]
    • Avira AntiVir Premium [Windows]
    • Avira AntiVir Personal - FREE Antivirus [Windows]

    When creating a BartPE, Avira detects:

    Begin scan in 'C:\UBCD4Win'
    C:\UBCD4Win\BartPE\ i386\system32\nircmd. exe
    [DETECTION] Contains recognition pattern of the APPL/NirCmd.D.2 application
    C:\UBCD4Win\BartPE\ programs\combofix\ ComboFix.exe
    [0] Archive type: RAR SFX (self extracting)
    --> 32788R22FWJFW\psexec. cfexe
    [1] Archive type: RSRC
    --> Object
    [DETECTION] Contains recognition pattern of the APPL/PsExec.E application
    C:\UBCD4Win\BartPE\ programs\sdfix\SDFix. exe
    [DETECTION] Contains recognition pattern of the APPL/PrcView.E application
    C:\UBCD4Win\oem1\ PEUtils\nircmd.exe
    [DETECTION] Contains recognition pattern of the APPL/NirCmd.D.2 application
    C:\UBCD4Win\plugin\ Cleanup Tools\ComboFix\ComboFix. exe
    [0] Archive type: RAR SFX (self extracting)
    --> 32788R22FWJFW\psexec. cfexe
    [1] Archive type: RSRC
    --> Object
    [DETECTION] Contains recognition pattern of the APPL/PsExec.E application
    C:\UBCD4Win\plugin\ Cleanup Tools\SDFix\SDFix. exe
    [DETECTION] Contains recognition pattern of the APPL/PrcView.E application

    The anti-root kit tool in Avira must detect one if these, APPL/NirCmd.D.2 most likely, and makes a stop error to protect the computer.

    - My Fix - un install Avira then ubcd4win works

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