Win7PE_SE build has an Avira12.script

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My Win7PE_SE build has an Avira12.script which I run while my Real time Protection is turned on. My problem now is a certain application didn’t run last time.

The error “X:Program FilesBootSectGuiBootSectGui.exe Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file.

You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item”

Suggests the file is either inaccessible or I don’t have the required permissions to use it. It’s probably not because of the said reasons.

Has anybody here encountered the same problem?

I’ll be thankful for any suggestions.


Best Answer by Niley Samilene
Answered By 10 points N/A #151246

Win7PE_SE build has an Avira12.script


Hello Kathy,

I will suggest that you try  running an online scan using the ESET

Online Scanner and see if it will resolve the issue that you are getting.

You will have to use Internet Explorer to perform this scan.

  • You will need to tick the box next to YES, I accept the Terms of Use.
  • And then click Start
  • When prompted, allow the ActiveX control to install
  • And then click Start
  • You will need to ensure that the options Remove found threats as well as the option Scan unwanted applications is checked
  • And the click Scan and wait for the scan to finish
  • You will then use Notepad to open the logfile located at C:Program FilesEsetOnlineScannerlog.txt
  • And then you will check it for any issues.



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Answered By 0 points N/A #151247

Win7PE_SE build has an Avira12.script



At first you have to reinstall the antivirus. Is the problem fixed??

Another way is running your PC on “Safe mode”.

The last solution of this problem is “System restoring”. Go to Start menu and Write “System restore point”.

Now, run this program. After completing restoring process, reboot your PC.

Now Install your antivirus.

Answered By 0 points N/A #151248

Win7PE_SE build has an Avira12.script



This is one of the most common and a problem without any exact solution. You can try the steps below to find your problem.

Make sure you have permission to open the file. To check this,

1. Right-click the folder or file and then properties.

2. Click security tab, then under group or username click your name to see the permission you have.

3. Click Edit, then check the boxes according to the screen shot.

Other reasons maybe –

  • User don't have the permission to the file.
  • The file is on a location where it is not accessible.
  • File has been moved or removed.
  • Files is corrupted.
  • It may be blocked by your antivirus.

If you can't check the file that means you don't have to permission to open the file either because of a virus or PC issue. Use Malwarebytes anti-malware to scan your pc for viruses. There is no exact solution for this problem.

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