True Crypt External Hard Drive Encountering Problems

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After I try to mount one of my 1TB external USB hard drive with True Crypt encryption, there’s an error message which reads, “hdiutil attach failed no mountable file systems”. Then I cannot log-in even if my password is correct because there’s an error message which says “not a True Crypt or Incorrect password”. I always make a format to my eternal drives as bootable for Mac OS X Extended Journal. The True Crypt Volume is also bootable for Mac OS X. These drives have been working and turned on after I attached it to my Mac OS X. What do you think is the problem? Did Tux era expire already? Or do I need to update to the newest and full version? Or should I remove it?

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True Crypt External Hard Drive Encountering Problems

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The  "No mountable file system",  error that you are getting generally means that the disk image has been corrupt or is damaged, and therefore you will need to try  re-downloading the disk image, or you can also try downloading the disk image from within another browser and see if that will solve the problem.

Another thing that you should try is repairing the disk permissions. If you have not done it lately then you will need to do so. That may help because there may be some problems on the Disk Utility, or may be the part of the file system  that is related to mounting of disk images.

-Richard Gabriel

 

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