I have a problem and I hope someone can help me, because this is way over my abilities. I had a nonsystem-drive TC-Partition when my mainboard went nuclear. Several Bluescreens, at some point the crypted HD was corrupt.
So, new computer. I try to mount the HD. I get the message that I have to repair the master boot record and so I used TC repair function and recreated the mbr from the information stored within the file (whatever that means). Afterwards I was able to mount the HD, but there were only raw files. My NTFs-System was gone.
I used Testdisk and scanned the mounted drive. It found a partition, I repaired it, and booted the computer (it said to do so), Afterwards I couldn't mount the HD with TC anymore. When repairing the HD with TC again, the Filesystem is gone again (if the repair worked at all).
My problem is, I have no idea what's going on there. I'm pressing buttons because they look shiney, not because it's reasonable to do so. I have two large containers (100GB and 400GB) on that file, they are the interesting ones. How do I get them? When I repair the Filesystem, that might work or not (I did not see the result yet), then I have to reboot and when I do that, I cannot mount the HD anymore. So my idea was to mount the HD and to copy the raw-data to another HD, so that I can repair the filesystem without the problems caused by the encryption.
Is that reasonable? Is there are better way? Is there a way to save so large file anyway? Won't they be corrupt by now?