Utimaco SafeGuard - Can't access D:drive after format C: drive

Posted on 2009-12-23
Last Modified: 2012-06-21


 We have encrypted harddisk on user's laptop both C: and D: drive. And once we format C: drive to re-install windows, we can't get in thru Drive, it seems still encrypted. What should we do?



Question by:goodview
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    did you un-encrypt it first?

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    then i would write zero's to the whole drive to erase it
    you find that in your disk diag  :

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