Windows 7 system reserved partition files deleted

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  1. Posts : 25,847
    Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64
       #11

    From the OP Post #1

    Going to the company is not an option, since i will not be there for 2 months.
    I agree with Anshad.
    It's a company computer and they should be contacted. I quite sure you don't have to be there to contact them. As far as I know the forum doesn't help override the settings of a company I.T. Department.

    What were you trying to do when you messed up the company computer?
    I quite sure the I.T. Department will ask the same question.

    Their is a possibility that the I.T. Department set the encryption and password to lock this computer when fooled with.
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  2. Posts : 7
    Windows 7 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #12

    Layback Bear said:
    From the OP Post #1

    Going to the company is not an option, since i will not be there for 2 months.
    I agree with Anshad.
    It's a company computer and they should be contacted. I quite sure you don't have to be there to contact them. As far as I know the forum doesn't help override the settings of a company I.T. Department.

    What were you trying to do when you messed up the company computer?
    I quite sure the I.T. Department will ask the same question.

    Their is a possibility that the I.T. Department set the encryption and password to lock this computer when fooled with.
    They are contacted, and informed. It is not a problem with them. I have just needed data from HDD at the moment. That's why wanted to try to save some data.

    I told already. I wanted to make bootable clonezilla USB. But program default is C: not usb. And it made bootable HDD. Now it is too late for correcting any of these mistakes.
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  3. Posts : 562
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #13

    Source : SafeNet Japan Announces Latest Versions 9.2 of ProtectDrive and ProtectDrive for Servers 9.2 Disk Encryption Software

    In the event that Windows fails to boot, ProtectDrive is equipped with various recovery tools as standard features, including a tool for launching Windows PE from a CD-ROM and extracting a desired file from an encrypted disk drive, and a tool for launching from a CD/DVD and decrypting an entire disk drive. These tools can be used even when the client is not connected to a network.
    There is a WinPE recovery disc available to deal with situations like this. But as i said earlier, you can't download it from their site. Your companies IT department should create a customized boot disk with the necessary encryption keys. So basically there is only one way i can see - request the IT department to prepare a recovery disc and they should send the disc image to you ( will be around only 300 MB or so ). Then burn the disc and boot from it. You will be able to copy data to an external medium using the recovery disc.
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  4.    #14

    It depends on if the System files are encrypted. If they are not then you should be able to start it by using the repair regimen developed here in beta that's worked in countless thousands of cases, to Mark Partition Active then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times.

    If not then delete that 300mb partition at the end, use PW to create it NTFS Primary marked Active, then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times.

    You've then done all you can to try to start it, replacing the System boot files and again making the drive bootable. If it won't work it may be due to encryption or corruption or both.
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  5. Posts : 7
    Windows 7 64bit
    Thread Starter
       #15

    Thanks for your replies. In the end i will try to do this. And if nothing i will wait for them if they have some rescue disc, just to bypass encryption so i could save the data. And then they can do whatever they want with the system. I just don't want my data to be deleted. And i need them now. If i didn't need them, then i wouldn't make so big fuzz.
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  6.    #16

    Can you please tell us what you were trying to do when you deleted System Reserved, if that's what you did?

    How did you delete it?

    How did you resize back to the left, if you did?

    These things can matter.

    Please don't do anything more other than these attempts to repair the boot which cannot hurt anything further.
    gregrocker said:
    It depends on if the System files are encrypted. If they are not then you should be able to start it by using the repair regimen developed here in beta that's worked in countless thousands of cases, to Mark Partition Active then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times.

    If not then delete that 300mb partition at the end, use PW to create it NTFS Primary marked Active, then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times.

    You've then done all you can to try to start it, replacing the System boot files and again making the drive bootable. If it won't work it may be due to encryption or corruption or both.
      My Computer


 
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