I have fully encrypted my system drive, but had to go back to a restore point (Win 7) before the disk was fully encrypted - thus it seems TrueCrypt thinks the process of encryption has to be resumed, hence getting the following message each time Windows starts:
You have scheduled the process of encryption or decryption of the system partition/drive. The process has not been completed yet. Do you want to start (resume) the process now?
And when I click Yes, I get this:
There is no process/task to resume.
When I go to System -> Encrypt System Partition/Drive I get this message:
Your system partition drive seems to be fully encrypted.
Meaning the drive is indeed encrypted and everything is OK.
Is there a way to tweak some setting file of TrueCrypt so this prompt doesn't appear any more?
All I was able to find is a translation file here:
Lines 962 and 963 are of interest:
<string lang="en" key="SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_RESUME_PROMPT">You have scheduled the process of encryption or decryption of the system partition/drive. The process has not been completed yet.\n\nDo you want to start (resume) the process now?</string> <string lang="en" key="ASK_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_NOTIFICATION_REMOVAL">Do you want to be prompted about whether you want to resume the currently scheduled processes of encryption of non-system partitions/volumes?</string>
So I suppose the keys
ASK_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_NOTIFICATION_REMOVAL could somehow direct me to where the settings for this prompt are being kept, but that's as far as my knowledge got me.
Any ideas what could I do?
Could reinstalling TrueCrypt help and can that at all be done considering the system is encrypted?