Cryptainer - Restoring if hard drive or computer fails?

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by doowopper, Dec 17, 2006.

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  1. doowopper

    doowopper Registered Member

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    I am a newbie regarding the use of Cryptainer. I am using Cryptainer ME in a Windows XP Professional computer. Could please tell me the necessary steps to use if my hard drive or my computer fails and have to be replaced, so I can gain access to my encrypted files currently located in a Crytpainer file in C:\Windows\system32. I checked the help file of Cryptainer, but I couldn't find informaiton about restoring the Cryptainer drive if my hard drive or computer fails. Perhaps it is there and I missed it.
    Thanks.
    Richard
     
  2. stalker

    stalker Registered Member

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    Well, obviously you just need to back-up that file (i.e. the file containing encrypted Cryptainer "volume"), and that's pretty much it ...


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