My hard disk is encrypted with SafeBoot. It has two partitions, system (C and data (D. Unfortunely I formatted C: partition and re-installed OS (Windows 7); doing that I think I removed also SafeBoot MBR... Now I can't access D: partition because it is encrypted.
Is there any way to recover data from D: partition although system (C partition is now empty (without SafeBoot)?
Anyone can help?
Yes, I have access to Sefeboot server and to SDB file. And I am able to decrypt C: partition, that is a system partition. The problem is that I don't have to decrypt C: partition, that now is not encrypted (I formatted it). But I have to decrypt only D: partition, and I can't access it from safeboot recovery software.
You need to force decrypt the sector range that d: comprises, since you deleted the internal information when you decrypted c:
You can get the sector range from the disk information screen in xTech.
-get machine sdb file
-boot to wintech recovery cd
-check disk iformation and jog down sector information for D:
-then go to force disk
-put in the sector information
-then press decrypt
-after finish reboot
After decyption the D partition should be available