Samsung SSD SM841N mSATA 512GB

Wondering whats the best method/tool to mount this little drive externally?  Its currently loaded with Windows 7 Pro & encrypted using Check Point FDE.  System won't boot as the result of bad driver I need to attach this drive to another machine (usually use USB to SATA adapter) and decrypt it so I can utilize the command prompt in Recovery Console.  This drive is currently installed in a Dell Precision M6800.

Any suggestions are appreciated.
ManieyaK_Citrix Systems / Network AdminAsked:
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akbCommented:
As it is a one off job, wouldn't it be easiest to connect it internally to a SATA connector in the other pc?
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McKnifeCommented:
First, try safe mode.
If that doesn't work, I would start windows2go from a USB stick right on the laptop, install checkpoint fde and decrypt. They might also have recovery instructions for this very case.
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ManieyaK_Citrix Systems / Network AdminAuthor Commented:
Well the reason i need to remove & use it externally please see my other open question, also cannot boot to safe mode as it blue screens from Driver error.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28709641/Blue-Screen.html
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McKnifeCommented:
Identify the driver, then disable it using regedit from windows2go after mounting the encrypted drive on it.
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ManieyaK_Citrix Systems / Network AdminAuthor Commented:
McKnife - The driver is amdkmpfd.sys
Doesn't regedit require getting logged into windows first?  I'm unable to get logged as everytime it boots it BSOD.
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ManieyaK_Citrix Systems / Network AdminAuthor Commented:
Okay I see Windows2go but I don't have an approved Windows2Go Memory stick & don't really want to spend $100 + to obtain one, unless absolutely necessary.  Any other options here?
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McKnifeCommented:
No, you can modify the registry by mounting it from another installation, for example windows2go. Google "registry mount hive" for examples. So you only need to install checkpoint on windows2go.
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ManieyaK_Citrix Systems / Network AdminAuthor Commented:
Thank You for the comments
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