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Windows 7: Unique situation: Win7 MBR unable to encrypt using TrueCrypt

28 Sep 2013   #21
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64

Thanks for reporting back. Odd that you physically need to remove the 100MB System Reserved partition............Truecrypt has a specific option to ignore that during encryption, so its strange that it doesn't work.

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 Unique situation: Win7 MBR unable to encrypt using TrueCrypt

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