Safeboot data recovery Endpoint Encryption using password

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Safeboot data recovery Endpoint Encryption using password. Windows 7 is corrupted, it goes through the McAfee Endpoint Encryption authentication, then gets stuck on Loading operating system.  Should I boot from a Windows 7 recovery  CD to command line? I am looking for the ability to authenticate the encryption so the Windows recovery can work. I expect some form of driver that I install on my Windows CD to get to the drive through my McAfee password. Please help.

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Safeboot data recovery Endpoint Encryption using password

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Hello,

To fix your problem you need a recovery DVD. This can easily solve your problem. If you have this its all good. But if you do not have recovery DVD you can create one. To create a recovery DVD you can download a Wintech and Safetech Administration guide. To get this click here. But I can advise you that this should perform with a professional as it is a very complex tool to use. Its misuse can cause data loss.

Hope this will help you.

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