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Last edited on 9th Dec, 2009 17:30

I have a dual-boot Win XP/Win7 system.

When I use XP, PSI reports Flash 10 on the Win7 drive as 'insecure'.

However, when I boot into Win7 to correct it, the 'insecurity' is not listed.

My question is; which is correct?


EDIT: Also, the XP 'insecurity' I asked about in http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/315... is not flagged when in Win7.

Something is wrong here.

Anthony Wells RE: Strange 'insecure' listing.
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You will need to post all the installation details (using "advanced" mode) as seen by PSI in both your systems.

Is PSI loaded separately in each system and how do you dual boot ??

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Member 9th Dec, 2009 18:42
Last edited on 9th Dec, 2009 18:47
on 9th Dec, 2009 17:54, Anthony Wells wrote:
You will need to post all the installation details (using "advanced" mode) as seen by PSI in both your systems.

Is PSI loaded separately in each system and how do you dual boot ??


PSI is installed seperately on each OS.

Each OS is installed on a seperate RAID array.

Dual boot is through Windows Bootloader (BCD) which is installed on XP drive.

As Posted in other thread, rescan shows all is well.
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Anthony Wells RE: Strange 'insecure' listing.
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Good to hear , same for the other thread :))

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