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I am using windows 7 Ultimate 64bit. I have 3 partitions C: for the op sys and app; D: for data and E: for misc. I decided to encrypt D: and E: All went well except the following:
1. D: icon does not show the state of the partition (locked or Unlocked) but the E: icon does
2. When I start the computer some of the apps that start with windows generate error messages as they are looking for data on the D: partition. When I click on the D: icon a window opens and asks me for the password. Is there a way to add an app or something to the start menu so it will show up on startup, before the other applications, so I can enter the password, unlock the partition and then the startup sequence will continue?

Any education about this matter will be highly appreciated
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