You can find information and documentation on your CruzerLock_2 software HERE. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. You'll find it there.
(02) Are you getting an error message during the installation? If so, please, let us know what it is. You can find a listing of error codes in THIS manual.
(03) Are you attempting to install the full (paid) version or the free version of the software?
(04) Which version number of the software are you attempting to install?
(05) Have you tried installing the software to the flash drive using a different computer? If not, please, do this if you can. This will enable us to determine if the issue is local to the computer or if it "follows" the flash drive and software.
(06) What operating system is installed on the computer where you are attempting to install the CruzerLock_2 software to your flash drive?
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This might have been partitioned during installation. If your system list shows two different drive letters with different capacities you can be pretty sure that's the case. You may have to reinstall the drive without partitioning
The Windows setup process did not assign drive letter C: to the hard drive during the Windows XP/2000/NT installation process. WHY did this happen?
During the installation of Windows XP (2000 and NT use the same process) after a BLANK hard disk drive has been installed in the system, the setup process does not AUTOMATICALLY assign drive letter C: to the HDD. This can happen because an existing hard drive partition was not detected by setup and one of the following:
1. There is a Media Card Reader in the system 2. There is a Zip Drive in the system 3. There is a USB Flash Drive connected to the system 4. There is a USB Printer connected to the system that has a media card reader 5. There is an External Hard Drive connected to the system
If, any of these devices are in the system, setup will assign drive letter C: to one of these devices and then the hard disk drive (HDD) ends up with drive letter H or such. The boot drive letter in and of itself is not a big deal. Anyone with a multi-boot system like mine at home is familiar with non-C: boot drives and they per se cause no problems (You just have to know the drive letter of your boot drive).
To prevent this from happening, boot to your Windows CD and run the setup thru the creation and formatting of the hard drive. Power the system off manually, then restart the Windows installation. The partition you created on the last install will be detected and assigned drive letter C:
I think you are concerned about creating a recovery console for windows xp, so that if windows fail you can have a chance to use it and recover the winndows.
You can install the Recovery Console on your computer to make it available in case that you cannot restart Windows. You can then select the Recovery Console option from the list of available operating systems during startup. To install the Recovery Console, you must be logged on as an administrator.
To install the Recovery Console, follow these steps:
Insert the Windows XP CD into the CD drive.
Click Start, and then click Run.
In the Open box, type d:\i386\winnt32.exe /cmdcons where d is the drive letter for the CD drive. For Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, type d:\amd64\winnt32.exe /cmdcons where d is the drive letter for the CD drive.
A Windows Setup Dialog Box appears. The Windows Setup Dialog Box describes the Recovery Console option. To confirm the installation, click Yes. Collapse this imageExpand this image
Restart the computer. The next time that you start your computer, "Microsoft Windows Recovery Console" appears on the startup menu. Collapse this imageExpand this image
The issue or problem is caused by system drive letter has change or a software has changed the default security provider without knowledge of users.
To resolve the issue, change the system drive letter to revert it back to original value, or match the new drive letter to the security provider. If the default security provider has been changed, reset the default security provider in Windows XP by deleting the relevant keys in the registry.
Reset the Default Security Provider in Windows XP Start the computer. Press the F8 key during startup to start the computer in Safe mode. Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe). Delete the following registry keys in the Windows registry:HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Providers HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-20\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Providers Quit Registry Editor. Restart the computer.
Match the Default Security Provider to New Drive Letter Run Registry Editor (Regedit.exe). Navigate to the following registry key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Defaults\Provider You will see a few Provider key beneath the branch. In each Provider key, edit the Image Path value to match the new drive letter. Exit Registry Editor. Restart computer.
Reset the Drive Letter of the System Drive
Use Registry Editor to change the drive letter of the system drive back to its original value. Edit the following registry key to change the value of the system drive:
where \DosDevices\C: and other values presents the drive letters.
This error can show up during installation of the operating system either via the hard drive (the restore feature is located on the hard drive and shows up as a drive letter under My Computer) which indicates that you have bad memory,
You are installing from a DVD or CD, in which case it could be either bad memory or a bad disk.
Use the Windows XP Setup disks to restart the computer, or use the Windows XP CD-ROM to restart the computer.
At the Welcome to Setup screen, press R to repair the Windows XP installation.
Press C to repair the Windows XP installation by using the Recovery Console.
Type the number that corresponds to the Windows installation that you want to repair, and then press ENTER. For example, type 1, and then press ENTER.
Type the Administrator password, and then press ENTER.
Type map, and then press ENTER. Note the drive letter that is assigned to the CD-ROM drive that contains the Windows XP CD-ROM.
Type the following commands, pressing ENTER after you type each one, where drive is the drive letter that you typed in step 4 of "Method 2: Use the Recovery Console," of this article:
copy drive:\i386\ntldr c:\
copy drive:\i386\ntdetect.com c:\If you are prompted to overwrite the file, type y, and then press ENTER.