Hi all, spend some time going through the various threads both in this forum and around the web trying to solve this problem but without much luck to date. A bit of background information. I have 2 x 8TB drives currently under a software (windows) raid setup running windows 10. These were functioning fine and still are (no hardware issues), and it is these drives that were fully encrypted and holding all my data. Everything was fine until a schedule windows reboot (likely installing some random update) and when I came back online I mounted the drive and it said there was a problem with my header file. I restored the file using the backup header and that's when the problems started. I could enter my password and TC would accept, but any ability for me to try and access the files via windows explorer would result in a prompt asking me to format the drive. I have seen in various threads those users trying to use the likes of WinHex to view the drive and there is a lot of talk about finding the correct offsets, but I've yet to figure out how to apply this to my own unique situation. Is there someone that can kindly walk me through this process as I am slightly nervous of making things worse. As you can imagine, 8TB is a huge drive and I was under impression that it was already being backed up (via the RAID). How wrong I was!! I attach to this message 2 screenshots 1. The winhex view Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KLhSQSgOYPMpxEv1MenqoKPmbe1hPyqf 2. The details of what it looks like under TC (with properties) Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g0NY6DJg7_ZlepAJKNkDYsyZgiuVR6kY/view Very odd is that it is mounting the Partition0 (instead of 1). Also off is that it only shows 3.6TB rather than the original 7.3TB I recall from the past.