Password Protect Full Disk

  • full disk Encryption
  • The loss resulted from data breach of lost or stolen laptops, USB drives or the other storage devices has been increasing year by year, and so has the importance of the technology of full disk encryption. Undoubtedly, the exposure of sensitive information may bring great damages to both enterprises and individuals. It is a real urgency for us to protect the operating system and hard disks.
  • Full disk encryption is encryption in the hardware level. Full disk encryption performs by automatically converting data on a challenging drive into a form that can't be understood by any person who does not have the essential to "undo" the conversion. With no the proper authentication essential, even when the difficult drive is removed and placed in another machine, the data remains inaccessible.
  • idoo Full Disk Encryption is our most powerful data protection tool, and we can assure you that you have made a great choice. Once this program is successfully installed, the whole hard disk would be encrypted automatically, even including your trash files. How to

    password protect full disk

    drive? Each time you log in the operating system, you have to input the password you set, or you cannot log in your operating system at all, not to mention to access your files. When you login, you need not to click the icon of idoo Full Disk Encryption to operate, because the whole hard disk would be encrypted automatically when the OS is shut down. By the way, if you leave your PC on standby, you also have to input the password to activate.
    • The user guide for idoo Full Disk Encryption

      How to register idoo Full Disk Encryption
    • 1. Install it and reboot your computer.
    • 2. Run idoo Full Disk Encryption, click "Help" -- "Register", and then write the register key into the dialog box and then confirm.
    • Password Protect Full Disk

    Password Protect USB drive

      How to create an Emergency Startup Disk
    • Prior to encrypting the system partition, we strongly recommend you to create a bootable Emergency Startup Disk with idoo Full Disk Encryption. It enables you to gain access to data in case of an emergency (being unable to boot the system), to make partition open and decryption operations to be performed.
    • Step 1: Get the Emergency Startup Disk image file from support@idooencryption.com.
    • Step 2: Burn it onto a CD/DVD, then install the latest edition of idoo Full Disk Encryption.
    • How to encrypt hard drive on your computer
    • Step 1: Choose the system drive or the drive you want to encrypt in the "Local Disks" window.
    • Step 2: Click "Encrypt" button and set the password for your computer.
    • Step 3: For the first use, the encryption process may take some time, please be patient.
    • How to decrypt disk on your computer
    • Step 1: Choose the drive that you want to decrypt in the "Local Disks" window.
    • Step 2: Click "Decrypt" button and input the correct password.
    • Step 3: The decryption process may spend some time, please be patient.
    • Using the "Lock Data" options you can select and lock any files, folders or drives in your PC.
      How to encrypt a USB drive
    • Step 1: Choose the USB drive that you want to encrypt in the "Removable Disks" window.
    • Step 2: Click the "Encrypt" button and set the password.
    • Step 3: The encryption process may take some time, please be patient.
      How to view the content of an encrypted USB drive
    • Step 1: Insert your encrypted USB drive and click "Refresh" button in "Removable Disks" window.
    • Step 2: Click "Mount" button and put in the correct password of your USB drive.
    • Step 3: Then you can access this drive in explorer of Windows.
    • How to decrypt a USB drive
    • Step 1: Insert your encrypted USB drive and click "Refresh" button in "Removable Disks" window.
    • Step 2: Click "Mount" button and put in the correct password of your USB drive.
    • Step 3: Click "Decrypt" button to decrypt this USB drive.
    • How to gain access to data in case of an emergency (being unable to boot the system)
    • Step 1: Set CDROM as the first default boot device in BIOS settings.
    • Step 2: Insert the Emergency Startup Disk into CDROM and boot from it.
    • Step 3: Run idoo Full Disk Encryption on desktop of Emergency Startup Disk.
    • Step 4: Mount or decrypt the encrypted drive to solve your system problem.
    • How to start up my computer after encrypting its drives?
    • There is a prompt information of "If there is no password, simply press ENTER. Otherwise type in the password and then press ENTER." when your start up your computer.
    • Step 2: If you did not encrypt system drive, please press ENTER, or put in the password and then press ENTER.
    • How to encrypt my computer in multi-system environment?
    • Step 1: Install it on each windows system.
    • Step 2: Encrypt each drive on your computer.
    • How to change the password of local disk on my computer?
    • Step 1: The password of the local disks is the same as for the computer. So if you want to change the password, the disk must be 100% encrypted.
    • Step 2: When the "Password" in "Local Disks" window is enabled, you can change the password.
    • Step 3: After the change, the password of other systems (in multi-system environment) is also changed at the same time.
    • How to change the password of an encrypted USB drive?
    • Step 1: Insert your USB drive and click "Refresh" button in "Removable" window.
    • Step 2: Click "Mount" button.
    • Step 3: If the USB drive is 100% encrypted, click "Password" button to change the password.

     

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    • Video Tutorial
    • full disk encryption tutorial
      • System Requirements
      • Windows 7 8 10 32/64-bit
      • Windows Vista 32/64-bit
      • Windows XP 32/64-bit
      • Windows 2000
      • Windows Server 2000 32/64-bit
      • Windows Server 2003 32/64-bit
      • Windows Server 2008 32/64-bit