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Hello ESET.

i am trying to boot ESET System Rescue on my HP omen Laptop and i burned it to a Flash Drive with the .img iso and when i press F9 to boot from flash drive it says "did Not authenticate" in a red notification.

I Am NOT wanting to Scan my PC cause its highly Infected. i just want to play with ESET Sys Rescue.

 

why Am i getting this error on my pc? 

My Laptop: OMEN by HP - 15-ce012ni

Edited by UltimateGamingPower007
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Based on a recent posting by an Eset forum moderator here: https://forum.eset.com/topic/35045-im-really-struggling-with-the-little-help-there-is-on-making-that-syslive-flashusb/?do=findComment&comment=161423 , SysRescue is no longer maintained and supported by Eset. That said, this Eset knowledge base article states how to use SysRescue: https://support.eset.com/en/kb3509-how-do-i-use-eset-sysrescue-live-to-clean-my-computer .

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On 1/8/2023 at 10:32 PM, Marcos said:

Are you able to create a bootable USB using balenaEtcher as per https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows#1-overview ?

i used that tool still didn't boot from My flash drive. that tool for windows i made that tool burn the .img still didn't boot 😭

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Personally, I could never successfully create bootable SysRescue USB media from a .img download on my old PC.

What worked for me was to download the .iso file and use a third party tool such as Rufus: https://rufus.ie/en/ to create bootable media. The only disadvantage of using the .iso download is you have to manually update Eset signature files from SysRescue each time prior to running a scan. 

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1 hour ago, itman said:

Personally, I could never successfully create bootable SysRescue USB media from a .img download on my old PC.

What worked for me was to download the .iso file and use a third party tool such as Rufus: https://rufus.ie/en/ to create bootable media. The only disadvantage of using the .iso download is you have to manually update Eset signature files from SysRescue each time prior to running a scan. 

i did use rufus in the first place but eset blocks the files it downloads for the .img to work from flash drive.. you know it download files it stores on a hard drive then the boot works normally but i am still getting Red error "authentication error" 

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15 minutes ago, UltimateGamingPower007 said:

i did use rufus in the first place but eset blocks the files it downloads for the .img to work from flash drive..

I just downloaded Rufus w/o issue from Eset.

Are you stating that when you run Rufus to create bootable media from the prior downloaded .img file from Eset web site, Eset is detecting its own .img file?

Also and again, have you tried downloading the .iso file and using that as source file in Rufus?

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