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|If my hard drive crashes and then I re-install Video Padlock or I use Video Padlock on a different computer how can I have Video Padlock list all my encrypted files so that I can decrypt them?
You can re-import all .lck files (Video Padlock encrypted files) into Video Padlock. Here's how:
- Run Video Padlock and click on the red "lock" button.
- In the "Select files to encrypt" dialog box, go to the folder where your encrypted files are and click on the "All Video files (*.avi; *.wmv; *.asf)" drop down list and select the "VPL encrypted files (*.lck) option.
- Select all the encrypted files and click on the "Open" button. All the encrypted files will then be imported into Video Padlock.
Last update: 10:36 AM Tuesday, June 26, 2012
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