STOP 0x0000006B

Topics: Technical Issues
Nov 18, 2015 at 12:37 PM
I just performed a Windows update and am now getting a blue-screen on each boot with a STOP 0x0000006B. The solution for this issue is to use a boot CD to access the filesystem on my drive and delete a bootcache file. My question is, does VeraCrypt for Linux now have the ability to mount system-encrypted drives? Last time I tried this back in the TC days it didn't have that ability.

If not, then is my only other option to use the VeraCrypt rescue CD to decrypt in place? I'm reluctant to start that route since it took about a week the last time I tried it.