Re: How do I remove file encryption!?!
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From: "x y" <email@example.com> Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 22:51:09 -0400
I hate to say it, but I have to. PCs are formatted way too often in
response to virus infections. For most of the common viruses out there,
it's just not necessary. The best way to deal with viruses is always to
first use an antivirus program with the latest updates. If Windows has
unexplained problems after the virus scan, then perhaps a format could be
[It could be that your virus problem did really require a reinstall, I can't
say for sure.]
"Rajesh Patel" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi I was wondering if someone could help me, I have some
> files that I encrypted. My computer was infected with a
> virus, the hard disk was wiped, but only the files which
> were encrypted remain. I want to access the files, there
> are no other files on the hard disk.
> The operating system is windows 2000 with an NTFS drive. I
> have managed to transfer the files using the backup
> facility onto another windows 2000 setup, but I still
> cannot access the files,or remove encryption!
> Can I gain access to my files?
> Please help!