I have found a problem with Windows Search and my TrueCrypt volumes.
My laptop is encrypted with BitLocker for system partition, and TrueCrypt 7.1a for the rest of hard drives, in order to share some partitions with Linux too.
I have a batch startup script that automatically mounts all my drivs into TrueCrypt providing encryption password
@echo off set password=__________ set truecrypt_bin="C:\Program Files\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe" %truecrypt_bin% /v \Device\Harddisk1\Partition6 /l M /p %password% /q %truecrypt_bin% /v \Device\Harddisk0\Partition4 /l H /p %password% /q %truecrypt_bin% /v \Device\Harddisk1\Partition7 /l O /p %password% /q @echo on
Given that this is not the best idea to perform startup actions (since Windows 8 hibernates kernel session I always get "drive already mounted" error except when I update the system), it works just fine to allow me to manage my drives.
The problem is with Windows Search. I have a drive full with music that I can't basically search. Whatever I put in a search box when I'm inside a directory results in no results. Whatever. Even if the file is under my eyes.
How can I fix that?