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What are the risks/consequences of encrypting my hard drive?


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It's safer against hackers and the **aa right? But would it mean an extra hurdle to go through everytime I wanted to play a music track on WMP or upload a picture to flickr or download and install an app? Is it worth it? Thanks, hope this is the right board :)

Edited by statictech, 11 September 2008 - 08:16 PM.

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Why do you want to encrypt the drive?
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Another layer of security?
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