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#1 barin6588

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Posted 06 December 2010 - 12:23 AM

I am getting the following errors when trying to create a USB or ISO:

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7z.exe mancante, riscaria SARDU!

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7z.dll mancante, riscaria SARDU!

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SARDU_1 mancante, riscaria SARDU!

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As you can see from the last image, my directory structure is SARDU\exe, where I have sardu.exe & all the other files necessary. I have tried renaming the "exe" directory to SARDU_2, but still got the errors. I never had this error before!

I even tried to run SARDU 1.0.7.3e & 2_beta5b, but still got the same error every time.

#2 davidecosta

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Posted 06 December 2010 - 09:47 AM

I am getting the following errors when trying to create a USB or ISO:

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7z.exe mancante, riscaria SARDU!

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7z.dll mancante, riscaria SARDU!

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SARDU_1 mancante, riscaria SARDU!

Posted Image[/IMG]

As you can see from the last image, my directory structure is SARDU\exe, where I have sardu.exe & all the other files necessary. I have tried renaming the "exe" directory to SARDU_2, but still got the errors. I never had this error before!

I even tried to run SARDU 1.0.7.3e & 2_beta5b, but still got the same error every time.



The package of SARDU contains 7z.exe, 7z.dll and SARDU_1
You have extracted SARDU to a folder? I think not :worship:.
If Yes redownload SARDU

#3 barin6588

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Posted 07 December 2010 - 01:29 AM

The package of SARDU contains 7z.exe, 7z.dll and SARDU_1
You have extracted SARDU to a folder? I think not :(.
If Yes redownload SARDU


I think, we have a bit of communication problem....as I posted a picture of the SARDU directory & all the files it contains!

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I have already re-downloaded SARDU2 several times & like I said previously I even tried SARDU 1.0.7.3e & SARDU2_beta5b, both of which gave me the exact same error!

Here is the weirdest thing, I moved the drive with SARDU to my test system & it worked just fine, but when I moved it back to my main system, I got the same error again!

Edited by barin6588, 07 December 2010 - 01:37 AM.


#4 davidecosta

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Posted 07 December 2010 - 07:55 AM

Here is the weirdest thing, I moved the drive with SARDU to my test system & it worked just fine, but when I moved it back to my main system, I got the same error again!



The problem lies in your main system. Isn't a problem of SARDU. Antivirus? UAC?
Run it as administrator? You are allowed to tun software?

#5 barin6588

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 08:58 PM

The problem lies in your main system. Isn't a problem of SARDU. Antivirus? UAC?
Run it as administrator? You are allowed to tun software?


The only difference between the main & test systems is that, main system has UAC turned off. Since UAC is turned off, but that has never prevented SARDU from running [with admin rights] before. I manually elevate software that require admin privilege to run, and yes, since I'm the admin/owner of [both] systems, I'm allowed to run any software that I please! Also theres nothing wrong with the A/V software, it was installed when SARDU was working before!

I run software that require elevated privilege/admin rights is by:
1] SHIFT+Right [mouse] button
2] Run as different user [from the context menu]
3] [type in] Admin account name + password

By the way, what exactly does SARDU have to do that requires elevated/admin privilege? I can run several other utilities that prepares flash drives as bootable with SYSLINUX/grub from a user account without any problem; just asking!




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