Quote: Originally Posted by Golden
That is a great tutorial on Truecrypt, thanks as it provides insight! But specifically and I don't know if this is normal procedure or even sound technique, I copy my Users Account's Data to a separate disk drive. Along with Public Music, so basically all important data is on the drive. I encrypt that drive and auto mount on boot up. Give Password and I have the virtual drive and access to all the data.
My problem occurs when I try to do a System Image with Paragon Purchased. The physical drive when examined in Window Explorer and to Paragon, is a unformatted drive. Paragon will not let me copy the Virtual Drive. So the only concept I've come up with is to copy the entire Virtual Drive to the C: Drive in a folder. Long time to copy!!! Do a Paragon Backup of the C: Drive and when verified, I must delete the Folder on the C: Drive containing the Virtual Drive Data and structure. I get the feeling that I should wipe the free space of the C: Drive, another quite long process.
Then if I need to do a Restore system Image I can just copy that File Back to the second drive and redo Truecrypt on it.
Thank you for your time and any ideas you may have!