Hello, I have a PC with 2 TC (true crypt) drives, both drives have the same TC password.
The C drive (win 8.1) was going bad and I couldn't start windows anymore, so I started to do a lot of things on it to recover the data which after many many hours I was able to do (thought I did have a good backup of it but from 2 weeks ago)
But unfortunately during the process of recovering those data I mistakenly (and stupidly) started the "TrueCrypt recover disk of C" on the D drives (so I started to decrypt the full D disk and I do not have a backup for this one) and since then I can not see my data on D and it thinks it is a raw partition (I believe I did some TC rescue disk options like "restore TC boot loader" and restore key data...not sure)
For what ever weird reason I can now use TC and mount D with the TC option "use backup header embedded in volume if available" but there is no data (it ask to format the disk, I wouldn't have expected me to be able to mount it in TC after a decryption, I guess I kind of screw up the header),
So I think what I need to do now is apply back the encryption from the "TC rescue disk of C" so hopefully that will "remove" the decryption I did (sort of speak)?
So to recap, D was encrypted a long time ago, I applied decrypt from "TC rescue disk" from C (may be even restore the TC boot loader) and then I an not see my data anymore. What do I need to do next?
Is it possible to apply the "TC rescue disk" from C to D but to encrypt again? (so it remove/cancel the mistaken decryption I did)
thanks for your help