Quote: Originally Posted by Roderunner
Can I unplug or turn off a hot-plug device (for example, a USB flash drive or USB hard drive) when there is a mounted TrueCrypt volume on it?
Before you unplug or turn off the device, you should always dismount the TrueCrypt volume in TrueCrypt first, and then perform the 'Eject' operation if available (right-click the device in the 'Computer' or 'My Computer' list), or use the 'Safely Remove Hardware' function (built in Windows, accessible via the taskbar notification area). Otherwise, data loss may occur
I had read TC faq including above.
I've been a little like you about TrueCrypt...i'm still not decided to use it or not...
I'm using a little soft call "MyWinLocker" able to encrypt only a part (4Gb max) of my documents and also on Windows 7 Pro the EFS encryption certificat.
That not might be the best that's why i though about TrueCrypt...I'm always afraid to do something wrong with those tools that will mess my files!!!!!