If this does not help either, try uninstalling it completely and restarting your computer subsequently. PROBABLE CAUSE: The file system on the True Crypt volume may be corrupted (or the volume is unformatted).
POSSIBLE SOLUTION: You can use filesystem repair tools supplied with your operating system to attempt to repair the filesystem on the True Crypt volume. True Crypt provides an easy way to use this tool on a True Crypt volume: First, make a backup copy of the True Crypt volume (because the ‘chkdsk’ tool might damage the filesystem even more) and then mount it.
POSSIBLE SOLUTION: It usually helps to disable or uninstall the interfering application, which is usually an anti-virus utility, a disk management application, etc.
PROBLEM: In the True Crypt Boot Loader screen, I’m trying to type my password and/or pressing other keys but the True Crypt boot loader is not responding.
So it doesn't happen instantly, but I doubt copying/syncing the container file while mounted would be a good idea anyway. With that box either checked or unchecked, the filestamp of the container remains as it was.
PROBLEM: Writing/reading to/from volume is very slow even though, according to the benchmark, the speed of the cipher that I’m using is higher than the speed of the hard drive.
If no BIOS configuration screen appears, restart (reset) the computer again and start pressing F2 or Delete repeatedly as soon as you restart (reset) the computer.So it doesn't happen instantly, but I doubt copying/syncing the container file while mounted would be a good idea anyway. I made a change to a file in one of the folders that are encrypted within the TC container file.Just tried this (Truecrypt 7.1 on XP), and the container file's modification timestamp was updated when I unmounted the volume. I made a change to a file in one of the folders that are encrypted within the TC container file. With that box either checked or unchecked, the filestamp of the container remains as it was.Share-It is our payment processing service provider.