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NTFS Encrypted file Recovery ?


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hi

for some reason i am getting an error "Wrong Limits " whenever i try to scandisk or partitionmagic my NTFS partition

i am starting to move the data preparing for a format but i cant get my encrypted files out

is there any way to recover them ? I have my keys certificate if that helps but i suppose something has gone wrong with that too

what algorithm does NTFS for WinXP use ? and is there any recovery software for it ?

My processor is 3 GHz Dual Core , 512 MB RAM <- I know going through that would be lame :( but .....

Thanks in advance

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You can recover the data from NTFS Encrypted File Sytem.  For the recovery you can try Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery Software a file and partition recovery software utility.  This tool works for FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS & NTFS5 file system.  You can download the software from : www. stellarinfo. com/partition-recovery. htm Demo will shows the preview of the recovered data.  If the demo shows the preview then get the full version to save the data

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You can recover the data from NTFS Encrypted File Sytem.  For the recovery you can try Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery Software a file and partition recovery software utility.  This tool works for FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS & NTFS5 file system.  You can download the software from : www. stellarinfo. com/partition-recovery. htm Demo will shows the preview of the recovered data.  If the demo shows the preview then get the full version to save the data

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