Active PC-3000 utility

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Active PC-3000 utility

Postby Batbold » 15.10.21, 06:59

Hello Guys
Early read using Active PC-3000 utility some sector's. But file is broken. I can re-read (only brown color re read green) normal mode? Or read new read?

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Re: Active PC-3000 utility

Postby d_d_recovery » 18.01.22, 21:12

That's a tough post to decypher.
Are you imaging a WD that is encrypted?


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Re: Active PC-3000 utility

Postby northwind » 19.01.22, 09:32

That translation gave me a headache :)
Yeah I think he means he read an encrypted drive without applying decryption.
Yes, you can apply decryption afterwards and turn green squares to brown, no need to re-read the drive.
If that's what you're asking.
Confirm and we'll let you know how to do it.

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Re: Active PC-3000 utility

Postby d_d_recovery » 19.01.22, 15:05

northwind wrote:Source of the post That translation gave me a headache
Yeah I think he means he read an encrypted drive without applying decryption.
Yes, you can apply decryption afterwards and turn green squares to brown, no need to re-read the drive.
If that's what you're asking.
Confirm and we'll let you know how to do it

I tried that once as an experiment, it was really slow, but did do the job.


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