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decrypting a 2 partion drive where only D: is encrypted

Created: 30 Aug 2013 | 1 comment

I have 1 disk and I created 2 partions.
C: ( XP System ) unencrypted and D: encrypt

My notebook was a T41 lenovo , after the notebook was broken
I got a T43 lenovo . To boot from the old T41 Harddrive it was
necessary to put the XP CD in it and start the repair programm.
After repairing I was able to boot from the old T41 Harddrive.
( WinXP install disc & doing a Repair installation over a T41 image) 

 

But after starting the pgp the former encrypted D:partion was not
recognized. Any way to get my D-partion back ?

Windows explorer wants to format the partion D if I click on the partion.

 
I have PGP 9.9.1

pgpwde --enum - shows an error ioctl_pgpwde_get_storage_device_property failed

 

Operating Systems:

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curieux's picture

solved

Boot CD with 9.9.1 ISO created and D:  partition recovered