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I will be walking you through the steps needed to encrypt a USB drive using the free encryption tool TrueCrypt. In this instructable, I will be using a ...
For this instructable, you will need the following:a USB drivea PC running Windows 2000, XP, or Vistaa copy of TrueCrypt 5.0, which can be downloaded from here
In this example, we will be using an 8 Gb USB drive. If you are using a large USB drive and intend to create an encrypted volume that ...
Run the installer for TrueCrypt that you downloaded in step 1. Unless you have a reason to change them for your machine, the default settings for the install ...
Now we will configure the USB drive as a Traveler Disk. This will place a portable copy of TrueCrypt in an unencrypted portion of the drive so that ...
Now we will create the encrypted volume. 1. Click Tools, then select Volume Creation Wizard 2. Click the Create a File Container radio button, then click Next 3. ...
There are two ways to mount an encrypted volume, automatically or manually. After using either of these methods, you should see the volume show up as the first ...
To unmount the encrypted volume, right click on the TrueCrypt icon in the tray next to the clock and select Dismount and whichever drive letter the encrypted volume ...
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