Windows 10: True Crypt Encrypted OS with SSD & SATA HDD Solved

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  1.    07 Jan 2015 #11

    JDobbsy1987 said: View Post
    As highlighted above, ended very abruptly some time ago without any full explanation as to why however it has been picked up by some developers in Switzerland and their site can be found here -

    With regards to your question it may be worth posting it on their support forum here

    Thank you Jamie
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       10 Jan 2015 #12

    FYI....full disk encryption using TrueCrypt 7.1a (the last "safe" version) on W8 (and presumably W10) has always been fraught with difficulty, and never officially supported. I have seen it done once over at'll see if I can locate the thread and post it here.I was was a problem with a EFI-based Windows 7 system.
    Unique situation: Win7 MBR unable to encrypt using TrueCrypt Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums
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