Cannot get PGP Whole Disk encryption removed
My laptop has 2 drives plus an external drive. I had PGP whole disk encryption on all three drives. I removed it from my system drive as well as the other drive without problems. Halfway through decrypting the extrnal drive something went wrong and I could not get the process started again.
I eventually decided to format the drive as I had backups of everything. While at it I decided to do the whole system over and went ahead and deleted all partitions on all the drives. I recreated the partitions and formated them and started reinstalling my Windows 7 (64) as well as other software.
After that I loaded PGP Desktop again and in the disk section it showed that my one drive was still encrypted and asked for the password. It also showed my external as being halfway with the decryption process and also asked for the password. I no longer have the passwords so I cannot get these processes to complete and am now stuck like this.
I tried again to delete all partitions and to format all drives but the same happens once I am up and running. How can PGP still be on these disks after deleting all partitions on ALL the drives and formating them?
Can anybody help me by telling me how to get rid of PGP 100%? I've backup everything so I am able to format everything if I have to but this does not seem to help at all.