So I have a GPT internal hard drive which I fully encrypted with VeraCrypt under Windows 10 64Bit (on a UEFI GPT drive).
Now I'd like to access it under Debian 9.0 or an outdated version of Windows 10 64Bit.
Under Windows 10 (on another UEFI GPT drive) it tells me that it's a 16TB Healthy GPT Protective Partition in the disk management. Under properties its "partition style" says MBR.
In VeraCrypt it shows as follows:
Harddisk 1: 2.7 TB
\Device\Harddisk1\Partition1 16.0 TB
I could not mount either.
Prior to this I tried accessing it under Debian without adapter and using ZuluCrypt which didn't work.
Could it be a problem with my internal hard drive adapter? I think this might be the cause; however if that's the case I'm not sure why it wouldn't work under Debian (is it supposed to?). Any ideas? What would you recommend me to do to access the data with these OS?