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« on: July 10, 2013, 11:20:32 11:20 »

It is all about Logiq 3E Ultrasound equipment. It consists of regular PC (Intel 845GVSR mobo & Pentium 4 CPU) and US frontend stuff. HDD is stuffed with Windows XP Pro Embedded. After years of work it eventually stopped loading system. I've dig the HDD out and recovered as much as possible data, but there were 150 bad sectors, and some of them killed few files (unfortunately, I don't know which files...)
I've copied original HDD to a working one (80GB IDE ATA). The whole system started, but there are some error popups at startup. Ultrasound and basic functions works ok, but the configuration screens are messed up, so no changes can be done to some crucial options.
Basically, errors are identical each powerup, and informs about "C:/Windows/System32" corruption. That folder is accessible, files looks ok (but I haven't scanned each and every file for "visually identifiable" damages in Lister).

Equipment is working, so there is no high pressure to fix it, but it would be nice to get it 100% ok.

I need cheap and easy way to get it back.

Options:
1. Get service ghost image of Logiq3E HDD. There is something like this for sure - there are clues for ghosting the image into original HDD, but where to find that?
2. Download fresh copies of damaged *.dlls (probably), but how to find ones?

No-options:
1. Get the equipment serviced by legitimate service personnel - No one would pay for it, it is old device and it would double the value of it at least...

Any other thoughts?
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« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2013, 11:54:50 11:54 »

Buy a boot disk from GE or one of the many refurb shops.

You're wasting your time, not to mention possibly engaging in a crime by copying or accessing patient files.
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« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2013, 01:09:13 13:09 »

http://www.dotmed.com/virtual-trade-show/category/Service-Technicians/Discussions/Forums/Problem-On-A-Ge-Logiq-3/41727

someone there was willing to help with disks.
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« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2013, 02:16:48 14:16 »

Buy a boot disk from GE or one of the many refurb shops.

You're wasting your time, not to mention possibly engaging in a crime by copying or accessing patient files.

My patients, my problem Smiley Being M.D. implies appropriate secrecy.

Any idea, what can be there cygwin installation for ?
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« Reply #4 on: July 10, 2013, 10:54:17 22:54 »


Great!  Angry

Now you have me thinking about what I could do with a liquid helium supermagnet: http://www.dotmed.com/listing/magnet/oxford/or-70/or-70/1496946

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