I have a 2 TB external hard drive that I've encrypted using Truecrypt.
I made a complete backup of all my data to it, and wiped my hard drive and reinstalled my operating systems.
Once I reinstalled windows, I managed to mount the Truecrypt partition, even though it took a few tries. Once I managed to mount it, I could not view anything inside of it.
I have it mounted now (i.e., I know the password and truecrypt has 'decrypted' it and assigned it a drive letter), but chkdisk cannot do anything with it, windows says I have 0 bytes out of 0 bytes free on the partition, and using the "Fix Disk Errors" option on disk properties results in a "The disk check could not be performed because Windows can't access the disk"
When running CHKDSK, I get the error "Corrupt master file table. Windows will attempt to recover master file table from disk. Windows cannot recover master file table. CHKDSK aborted" Windows claims that the disk is "unformatted" but truecrypt see's one partition on it.
The disk was formatted as NTFS and encrypted using AES and a passphrase.
It shouldn't be a bad disk because it's brand new, and I tested it before backing everything up to it.
How can I make my disk readable again?