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EEPC - Decrypt Process

Hello,

I upgraded my Win 7 Laptop to Win 10 on my C Drive. All went smoothly,  The fresh install proceeded as it should have.

My D Drive - docking bay Sata 2 - San Disk  960G - SSD (data Drive in my laptop) is where I backed everything up to, prior to starting the fresh install of Win 10.

My C Drive was encrypted with McAfee EEPC - as was my D Drive, which I learned about my D Drive after the fact 😞  

When the Fresh Win 10 install was completed, my D Drive was rendered to the RAW file format, no longer readable as NTFS.

I have come to learn that I have to decrypt the  D Drive as it is still encrypted with the Encryption from the C Drive. 

I have the McAfee .xml codes to decrypt the drive.   I just do not know know how to do this.

any thoughts, suggestions etc..     I was referred to a McAfee Decryption process and it appears that it is for a Primary Drive and not a secondary   SSD was not picked up in the decryption process (I know that sounds off)

Please advise on what I should do.

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