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Re: FDE Solutions
From: "Ankur Jindal" <divinepresence () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 17:50:20 +0530
Try safeboot. You don't really need a backup but it installs faster on
a empty disk. Only problem with it being, that you'll need to keep a
Floppy drive handy in case you need to recover data.
On 8/16/07, Yousef Syed <yousef.syed () gmail com> wrote:
I have a question about FDE. I've never installed an FDE so I have
next to no idea about them - the only one I've ever used was a
boot-time Pointsec FDE on a corporate Laptop I was using.
I've had my personal Laptop for almost a year. I'd like to install an
FDE on it, but I'd like to do so without breaking any of my underlying
Is it possible to retro-fit an FDE system on to the Laptop; or should
I first take an image of the laptop, and then rebuild it with the FDE
Any help or advice would be much appreciated.
"To ask a question is to show ignorance; not to ask a question, means
you remain ignorant" - Japanese Proverb
- FDE Solutions Yousef Syed (Aug 16)
- Re: FDE Solutions Ankur Jindal (Aug 17)