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You can't encrypt an entire HDD and still boot from it without being able to access the data. I mean, if the bootloader can access it, anyone can. What you want to look into is creating a boot loader that has access to just enough to boot, and make the rest secure. Preferably you want to compile your OS/program to a state where decompile becomes something ...


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Obviously the D:-Drive seems not to be the one you expects. When I start my Windows from a virtual harddisk, all drives are interchanged as well. In the repair menu/screen, you can hit Shift+F10 on your keyboard to get a command prompt. Use the following commands to determine your Harddisks: C:\Windows\system32>diskpart Microsoft DiskPart version ...


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In 2014 it is unlikely that your PC is old enough to rely on PS/2 connection for the keyboard to work, so I assume your keyboard is a native laptop one or is connected via USB. If you use a laptop, try to get into the BIOS interface, then disable the second boot device (it looks like your first boot device is already the DVD drive, and the second one is ...


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Just for other people running into the same problem... In my case the FreeBSD-10 dvd hangs on boot-loader because my dvd drive's sata-port was configured to use AHCI mode. I've switched the mode to IDE in bios and voila FreeBSD booted from dvd. It seems that FreeBSD had some problems booting from dvd if the drive is connected to an AHCI-mode sata port.... ...


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Anytime you want to work with partitions in Windows, use Disk Management. Disk Management can be found by going to Start > Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Disk Management. Yes, you can format the 3 GB of unused space and use it with Windows. Yes, you can use Disk Management to remove any ...


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As we were speaking in comments, I decided to post this here. The error is saying you need to load the kernel. This is a page I found that details manually loading the kernel, using the grub terminal. (Which, obviously is what you are looking at) Loading the Kernel


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You cannot eject the startup disk, since it is in use. If your MacBook is a new enough model (one released after OS X 10.7 Lion) or has had its firmware updated since then, it can boot into Internet Recovery mode. Essentially, this will boot it from a disk image served over the internet. To invoke it, power the MacBook on, then immediately hold down ...



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