Post by Dave
I've got a very old scramdisk container I'd like to gain access to once
again. I'm using windows 2000 (NTFS) but I created this scramdisk
container yonks ago in my win95/98 days. Using drivecrypt I can seem to
open the old container but then it's nowhere to be seen. Drivecrypt
tells me it's already mounted when I try to open it again.
Is this a file system problem as I would have been using fat/fat32 when
it was created and is there a solution?
It wouldn't be a FAT/FAT32 issue, as Windows 2000 has no problems reading
What do you get if you drop to a command prompt and type "DIR X:" (using
the appropriate drive letter)?
ScramDisk may be old and obsolete these days, though even if DriveCrypt
can't help, it should still be relativly straightforward to get at your
data by either using a Virtual PC running an old copy of Windows 9x, or
Linux with SD4L
FreeOTFE site: http://www.FreeOTFE.org/
Personal site: http://www.SDean12.org/
Disk encryption comparison: http://otfedb.sdean12.org/
For information on SecureTrayUtil, Shredders, On-The-Fly Encryption
(OTFE; disk encryption) systems, etc, see the URLs above.