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Accidentally deleted my volume which was encrypted with VeraCrypt

Topics: Technical Issues
May 13, 2016 at 9:30 PM
Edited May 13, 2016 at 11:08 PM
hey guys,
i accendetally did a great mistake...
first some information:
  • i'm using windows 10, 64bit edition
  • my volume (2tb external drive) is completely encrypted with VeraCrypt with AES-Twofish-Serpent
  • it's a data volume
  • i don't got any partitions at this volume, it's just the one 1,81tb.
  • i already restored the volume header and can mount the drive, but i don't get access to any data
  • i apologize for my bad English, i'm sorry.
so now the story and where i am right now:
i used the disk management of windows "Create and format hard disk partitions"
and accidentally deleted the wrong volume. So now you can see, how it looks at the picture.
I tried using TestCrypt, but i think it doesn't work for VeryCrypt, just for TrueCrypt.
So what can i do now to get my data back? Any suggestions?

I hope i delivered all necessary information, feel free to ask, i'm a newbie in these things, but will do everythink which is necessary.

Sorry that the pictures are in german, i can translate, if necessary.

It's "Datenträger 3" which we are talking about. So it's the third volume.

kind regards
May 18, 2016 at 8:40 PM
any suggestions?
May 18, 2016 at 10:19 PM
Do you get an error when you attempt to access the mounted volume or is the issue that you do not see any files?