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I am having trouble running sleuth tool kit in msdos, the command

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I am having trouble running sleuth tool kit in msdos, the command for istat keeps showing missing image or file but the whole file can be seen in FTK, can anyone who works in forensic computing help.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Software
Expert:  replied 3 years ago.

Bryan :

My name is XXXXX XXXXX I will be assisting you today.

Customer:

hi Bryan

Bryan :

Can you give me the exact command kine that is causing the error?

Customer:

Have you used sleuth toolkit?

Bryan :

Many times

Customer:

ok, is it better to show you the problem via teamviewer

Bryan :

It may be, but JA charges extra for that. Your call.

Customer:

wow the cost is high already

Bryan :

I know .. I wish I had control over it,

Bryan :

Let me see what the lowest price I can offer it to you for. One sec.

Customer:

I am really new to using command prompt and sleuth kit, for me to tell you the problem I will need you to tell me the commands to get to sleuth kit

Bryan :

Ok. What exactly are you typing when you get the error?

Customer:

Bryan, what command do I use to access sleuthkit?

Bryan :

Sleuthkit is several different commands built into a kit. I can't really tell you how to access "Sleuthkit" except that you access the various programs through a command line interface. You can get to that command line by hitting Windows Key + R, then type "cmd".

Customer:

I'm sorry mate, I just cannot find the way to sleuth kit, i'll just pay for your timke

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