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Help decrypting the files

I'm using Windows Xp. i had encrypted my *.jpeg files, but unfortunately had to reinstall XP, but i forgot to decrypt it before installing. Now i am unable to decrypt these files. Help me to decrypt these files. please help me fast

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  • Priscilla mcdaniel May 11, 2010

    your going to have to look up decrypting software and try that orther wise i would say your ool out of luck once encryted it is hard to undo

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What software did you use to encrypt?? just get same software, and un-encrypt.

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There are 5 steps to remove BitLocker Drive Encryption from removable drive. Here are the steps.
  1. Open Control Panel then click on BitLocker drive encryption link.


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  1. Next, the BitLocker Drive Encryption window will appear, click on Decrypt Drive button to start the decryption process.


  1. The decryption progress takes some minutes to finish, so wait until the process completed. Do not plug off your removable drive during the process.
  2. After the process completed, a message box appears, tell you the decryption process was completed. Click on Close button to close the window.



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Need to remove bitlocker from USB2.0


Windows version like XP.
There are 5 steps to remove BitLocker Drive Encryption from removable drive. Here are the steps.
  1. Open Control Panel then click on BitLocker drive encryption link.


  1. On the nest window, click Turn Off BitLocker link on your removable drive or USB flash drive.


  1. Next, the BitLocker Drive Encryption window will appear, click on Decrypt Drive button to start the decryption process.


  1. The decryption progress takes some minutes to finish, so wait until the process completed. Do not plug off your removable drive during the process.
  2. After the process completed, a message box appears, tell you the decryption process was completed. Click on Close button to close the window.



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I encrypted some text using a software.the software asked me to enter a key to encrypt the text,finally the encryption was successful.a few days later i lost the copy of software that i used to encrypt the...


all the encryption softwares use different encryption algorithm.i.e. different steps to encode a file.
the other software shows that the file was not encrypted because for this software, you previously encrypted file is an original file and not encrypted file.
to decrypt the file you need that very encryption software that you used earlier.

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Picture file MENC can't open in my PC


.MENC file extension is a Windows Mobile Encrypted File.

Open this link to read more about .MENC file. It say's there,

"MENC files are designed to be decrypted by the device that created the file. Therefore, MENC files can be transferred to a PC using Windows ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center, but it may not be possible to decrypt the file on the computer. Also, changing the GUID on a MENC file will disable the ability of the decryption program to properly decrypt the file.

To avoid encrypting files, go to Settings ? System or Settings ? Security on the Windows Mobile device and uncheck the box that says "Encrypt files placed on storage cards.""

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I M NAVEEN SINFH FROM INDIA. WHEN I WAS USING WINDOWS XP SP2 THAT TIME I ENCRYPT SOME FILES & FOLDERS OF D:\ DRIVE. BUT THESE DAYS I M USING WINDOWS XP SP3 AND NOW IM NOT ABLE TO DERYPT THOSE FILES AND FOLDERS. EVEN I CAN'T SEE THE DATA PLEASE TELL ME THAT HOW CAN I DECRYPT THAT FILES AND FOLDERS.

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How I can "Decrypt data files" on Win XP Professional.


Since you reinstalled the OS, the certificate for the user has changed. You can try the following methods, but there is no guaranty it will work.
These method apply only if the computer name and users name stays the same as the original. If the machine name or the users name or the users privilege changed, these method will not work.

Only the following people can decrypt an encrypted file:
· The user who encrypted the file
· Any user who was designated as a recovery agent before the file was encrypted
· Any user who has the public key or private key for the recovery agent or the user who originally encrypted the file
· Any user who has been granted access to the file
Members of the Administrators group cannot decrypt files unless the person who encrypted the files designated them as recovery agents before encrypting the files.

Note You must be the original user who encrypted the file or a designated recovery agent for the file to follow these steps

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To remove encryption from a file, follow these steps:
1. Use Windows Explorer to locate the encrypted file that you want to decrypt.
2. Right-click the encrypted file, and then click Properties.
3. On the General tab, click Advanced.
4. Click to clear the Encrypt contents to secure data check box, click OK, and then click OK again.

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