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Forensic Backup of a SAMSUNG Galaxy Book Go LTE with Arm Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c

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Hello community,

The above-mentioned notebook is to be forensically secured. Windows 10 Home (Arm) is installed on the device and the user access is unknown. It has been tried to boot using various boot sticks, but without success. Secure Boot is off. Windows 10 Arm or Windows 11 Arm were used as boot sticks. As soon as the stick has booted the system, no input is possible because both the keyboard and the touchpad are not recognised. Plugging in external input devices is also refused. The data memory is permanently integrated on the mainboard. The last option would be an expensive chip-off. Therefore, I would like to ask you beforehand if anyone has had to deal with such low-budget devices and possibly has a solution? According to various Google entries, the device refuses to boot from a Linux operating system.

 
Posted : 19/10/2022 9:40 am
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I got the winFE ARM to work on the Samsung Galaxy Book Go.

1. Extracted drivers from the known good research Samsung Galaxy Book Go system (103 drivers extracted). 

command "dism /online /export-driver /destination:c:\drivers"

2. added command "dism.exe /image:Temp\mount /add-driver /driver:c:\drivers /ForceUnsigned /recurse" to MakeWinFEARM.bat

3. created image .iso

4. burned to USB C thumb drive using rufus

5. boot order Samsung Galaxy Book Go (F10) key

6. booted USB Hard Drive

7. WinFE booted and had working keyboard and mouse drivers...yay!

8. WinFE ARM already has write block and imaging software embedded

This post was modified 11 months ago by 556
 
Posted : 22/03/2023 1:09 pm
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