Cannot access Windows XP stuck in reboot Mode without failure and encrypted HD loop.

I am currently stuck in Safe Mode reboot loop. This happened after I opted to enter Safe Mode via MSconfig (box checked/SafeBoot in BOOT. INI tab). I am unable to secure through all normal boot, command, etc.

I have already installed Recovery Console but I try to use it, I get the error "UNMPOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME" on blue screen.

I don't have a Windows XP CD, so last night I started with Knoppix successfully but can not access the Boot.ini file. I think it's because the encryption (Encryption Plus Hard Disk of GuardianEdge) provided with the laptop software. Before this has is spent, during the boot process, I get the login screen of encryption before Windows XP starts. Without this step, I can't access all the files.

My question is this: is it possible to achieve connection encryption while that started using Knoppix?

I'm completely locked out of my laptop. I appreciate any help you can offer.

Thank you

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