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Windows 7: TrueCrypted hard drive moved to alternate PC, causes BSOD during boot

03 Aug 2012   #11

Microsoft® Windows 7™ Ultimate

Thanks for your suggestion, Golden, but I've resolved the issue.

I formatted a non-system partition and installed Win7 to it, then in that Windows environment was able to d/l TC and mount my files from the unbootable TC-encrypted Windows drive and transfer them to the new installation, after which I wiped the original drives and re-organized to my previous configuration.

But thanks again for your suggestions and help!

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