0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 2, 2010 9:48 AM by bronogucio

    Recovering from sudden power failure

      When booting into my laptop I receive error 0xe0020022 which points to a KB article referencing this exact situation.  I've been able to get a BartPE boot disk setup with Wintech and have the following information:

       

      Logical Disk 0
      Disk Info
        Alg ID: 00000012
        SBFS Sector Map: 0003097936
        SBFS Sector Map Count: 0000000019
      Crypt List
        Region Count 1
        Region 0
         Start Sector: 0000002048
         End Sector: 0086732287
         Sector Count: 0086730240
      PowerFail Status
        Status: Encrypting
        Start Sector: 0086732288
        Sector Count: 0000007680
      Partition 0
        Bootable: False
        Recognized: True
        Drive Letter: E
        Start Sector: 0000002048
        End Sector: 0624502783
        Sector Count: 0624500736
      Partition 1
        Bootable: True
        Recognized: True
        Drive Letter: C
        Start Sector: 0624502784
        End Sector: 0625117183
        Sector Count: 0000614400

      Logical Disk 1
      Disk Information (error=e002000a)
      Crypt List
        Region Count 0
      PowerFail Status
        Status: Encrypting
        Start Sector: 0086732288
        Sector Count: 0000007680
      Partition 0
        Bootable: False
        Recognized: True
        Drive Letter: D
        Start Sector: 0000000063
        End Sector: 0008000369
        Sector Count: 0008000307

       

      I took out some information I didn't think was useful.

       

      My laptop battery died during encryption.

       

      Disk 0 I can decrypt, but I've tried to start at sector 2048 with count 86730240 and sector 86732288 with count 7680 and the program seems to stop responding.  The hard drive light seems to flash once every second though.

       

      Disk 1 I get: "Unable to determine algorithm for disk"

       

      Any suggestions?