Subject Re: [ib-support] Solution to GDB/SYSTEM RESTORE issue :-)
Author Benno

What I did was making a special partition for my database and using system
settings in the configuration menu to exluse that partition from system
restore. That seems to work OK.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Taylor" <scott@...>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 4:38 PM
Subject: Re: [ib-support] Solution to GDB/SYSTEM RESTORE issue :-)

> At 02:04 AM 18/07/2002, you wrote:
> >Howdy all.
> >
> >For XP users, here is what you need to do to remove the GDB extension
> >from your FILELIST.XML... forever! The process is similar for
> >win2000, but I haven't confirmed/experimented with that yet.
> Or you could just start your PC in "Safe Mode":
> shut it down, turn it back on and when the system self test stuff is done,
> press the F8 key, many times, until you get a text menu.
> Select safe mode.
> Log in as administrator.
> Open Explorer.
> Set explorer to show hidden and system files.
> Go to the path \Windows\System32\restore
> right click on "filelist.xml"
> select properties
> remove the read-only checkmark
> edit the file
> restore attributes (make read-only again)
> restart system in normal mode.
> :\
> Scott.
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