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Mounting Files in Truecrypt Causes System Reboot


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silent_n0va

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This issue began about 45 minutes ago on my Vista system; whenever I mount a volume and enter the password for it, the system simply restarts and I get an error message saying the computer did not shut down properly. I've never seen this happen before, and I haven't been able to find another thread with my issue. Does anyone have a suggestion as to why this occurs? Thanks!
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Update: Hmm, I'm using ClamTK to scan my Windows partition and it's found 6 viruses so far...I may have found the culprit.
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