|02 Jul 2012||#1|
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Truecrypt incorrect password or not a truecrypt volume
I have a problem with two external-hardrives that I cant access. I keep getting incorrect password or not a truecrypt volume I have one drive that is a 2 terabyte drive and another one that's 1 terabyte. They both where working fine when I tested them about a week ago. Since Saturday I have been trying to access the 2 terabyte drive, but I just keep getting incorrect password. The password I'm using in order to try and access the drives I know it is the right one.
I have been searching the net for almost 3 days now but still cant find any solution.
Yesterday I also tested the 1 terabyte drive but still no luck. I know that both the drives cant be malfunctioning.
I really have allot of important files on the 2 terabyte drives, damn I just cant lose them, I really hope someone can help me with this, thanks.
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