PGP Recovery Disk Decryption Process
I've got a laptop that managed to get a corrupted BCD, so Windows 7 would not start. We know how it happened, and knew it should be simple to fix if we could simply run the Windows 7 startup repair. Another system running PGP was not readily available, so I figured I'd just decrypt using the PGP recovery disk. This was clearly a very bad idea.
It's been "stuck" at 99% for over an hour. Some other posts I've found seem to indicate this is not uncommon, so I'm not too worried about that. However, I was not aware at just how incredibly long this will take. The estimate I found was 5 days for a 700GB drive. I don't have that kind of time, and will have access to another computer running PGP tomorrow.
So my question: Is it possible/safe to stop this process now that it has been started? The documentation I've found seems to give some pretty stern warnings about not stopping the process once it has begun, but I really need access to this machine ASAP.
Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated!