yes, but you need to do a manual decryption - you can't use the automatic mode because you already removed the pre-boot code, and the information about the install.
check the disk information for the 2nd drive, and use a standard crypt remove for the sector ranges indicated in the disk info.
On the Wintech Disk Option I have
Get Disk Info
Repair Disk Info
Force Crypt Sectors
Restore Safeboot MBR
On the Disk I have Three Partions 0,1,2
3rd Partions is the one I want to Decrypt
Partion Number 3
Partition Type OS2/HPFS
Partition Bootable False
Partition Recognised True
Partition Drive Letter D
Partition Start Sector 0045170688
Partition End Sector 0156299263
Patition Sector Count 0111128576
Which option do I choose?
In Crypt Sectors I can't add the start sector of this pation as this has zero but iwon't allow me to enter zero.
get the disk information first for that drive - it should tell you what's encrypted and what is not.
I have the same problem Exception E0050001 occurred while trying to decrypt, which is what we recommended in these cases? information can be retrieved from any partition or definitively lost everything?.
I hope you can help me SAFEBOOT.
just follow the normal decryption process - don't use FORCE decrypt, just normal decrypt.
the disk information will tell you what needs to be decrypted, and a normal decrypt will only touch those sectors that the disk info region list indicates are encrypted.
There's no reason you should loose any data if you do it properly.
I believe that "Crypt Sectors" for manual
I have question about this too
After we decrypt, do we need to fix the mbr?or suposed we don;t need it since this drive doesn't contain preboot inforamtion?
don't touch the MBR unless you have some booting problem you need to resolve.
I mean the record for partition on the drive? in this case 2nd drive..
after we decrypt the os can read it as normally it would?
Same answer :-)