Ok here it is. In order to fix my laptop with a corrupted MBR I ended up using UBCD2USB in my other PC to get my USB stick bootable. I used the "-D" parameter to identify device number. Not knowing what device it was I simply started with #1 ...then #2 ...then #3 ...Finaly #4 did the trick, my USB stick was flashing and formated with boot image, I was then able to use it to fix my laptop.
Now the problem. After rebooting my PC (the one I used the UBCD2USB -D 4 option with), I am now prompted to insert a bootable media!!! After a quick review of the problem, my SATA hard drive is missing all 3 partitions. What is going on here? Am I the only one who had this problem? What can I do to recover everyhting?
I'm using VT8237 SATA RAID controller. DOS driver is out of the question.
Thanks for your help.
Try looking for help here if you are having problems with the Ultimate Boot CD.
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