Hello, I'll let it be known right now that I am in no way a complete noob. But when it comes to drive encryption I am learning. But I still get things wrong. Ok, here's the deal: I decided instead of using up system resources I was gonna install Windows 10 Technical preview on my main machine. (I know not smart move) And was successful with a dual boot, or so I thought. I run True Crypt on my main OS, and had pre-boot authentication set up on my main system drive. When I installed Win10TP on my secondary drive Win10 rewrote the TrueCrypt boot loader and now I'm stuck not being able to get INTO Win7. It just doesn't see it at all. Im guessing because it's still encrypted and Windows doesn't see the other OS on bootup. Well after fiddling and looking around, I was able to get TrueCrypt onto my Win10 installation, and after telling it to skip pre-authenticated boot option and putting in my password, I can now see the drive IN Win10. What can I do from here to get my Win7 OS to be seen on MBR, and do Dual Boot? Or am I gonna have to trash the drive, and all my settings and re-install? I've tried to permanently decrypt the drive, but it tells me that it's not encrypted.