encryption and decryption WIN XP PRO SP2 PRE-INSTALL FROM DELL

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Windows XP Professional SP2
I encrypt the data but i can't decrypt it.? last week i did encrypt some data of 35 GB contains doc xls jpg and videos. simple by selecting folders properties. ==>advanced down in attributes area. ==>then simple check the box enrypt contents to secure data. on D: on that time details button was not available. --- Lator i found some virus on c and e drive. antivirus was talking tooooooooooo long time to scan and handle with virus issu. Bcoz hard disk is was big 500 GB. C: 100 GB D: 100, and E. 300

I decide to install new os win sp2 as like previous. But now in new os i can't access the any file or can't decrypt if i open video mpg avi etc in wmp. i gives the message Windows Media Player cannot access the file. The might be in use, you might not have access to the computer where the file is stored, or your proxy settings might not be correct? when i click more information then windows media player shows me this help file which is not helping me..

C00D11D2: Cannot access the file Windows Media Player cannot access the file. You might encounter this error message for one of the following reasons:

This file is currently in use. Close the file, and then try again. You do not have permission to access the server or other location where the file is stored. Verify that you have the appropriate access rights, and then try again. You do not have permission to access the proxy server. Verify that you have the appropriate access rights, and then try again. If you are trying to rip (copy) a track from a CD to your hard disk, you might not have permission to rip to the specified hard disk location. Verify that you have the appropriate access rights, and then try again. If the problem persists, try ripping to another folder. To change the folder where tracks are ripped to On the Tools menu, click Options. Click the Rip Music tab. Click the Change button. Select another folder in which to store your digital media files, and then click OK. –or-

Click Make New Folder, enter the name of the new folder, and then click OK.

Error ID = 0xC00D11D2, Condition ID = 0x00000000

last three days i am searching internet but i failed.

even if try to decrypt simple as i did encrypt all folders in d: properties ...advanced deselect the button of encrypt contents to secure data ok apply. error applying attributes an eror occured applying attributes to the file abc.dsd Access is denied.

NOW. DETAILS button is available click. new window . Enryption Details for D:aaaa Users who can transparently access this file user name Waqas(Waqas@AKASH007) in next colum Certificate Thumbprint A5E1 4BE1 0554 CB79 B911 A696 CA4E 2FB6 BAAE 8774

ONE thing when i select multiple files this button of details button is not available. but in single file it is available code is coming same for different file when in go in properties after click of DEATIALS

in this box other portion Data Recovery Agents for this files as Defined by Recovery policy. Recovery Agen name Certificate thumbprint 1st cloume her in 2nd colum this one

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I NEED HELP PLEASE. 10 POINT CHOSE BEST ANSWER. I WANT TO TAKE MY DATA ON D BACK TO NORMAL POSITION WHERE I CAN PLAY OR ACCESS IN ANY OS AFTER ANY INSTALLATION. THANKS REGARDS. WAQAS MUHAMMAD. waqas_akash for online please add.me in yahoo

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MICROSOFT SECURITY

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That encrypted data is now history you should have saved the recovery certificate to another drive as suggested by microsoft.

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