Windows 8 corrupted installation TrueCrypt encrypted another disk with Windows XP

Hello, I need help. I just installed new Windows 8 on an empty partition of the secondary drive.

The first drive I got the previous installation of Windows (XP). Unfortunately, I forgot, this hard drive is encrypted TrueCrypt. Windows 8 now works OK, but the disc with Windows XP seems to be empty. The other partition of the disk with Windows 8 works fine.

I have the TrueCrypt rescue disk and he managed to restore the TrueCrypt Boot, but when I try to start, he writes, that no bootable partition was found. It allows us to decipher the drive and when I start it, it seems to work, but it is too slow and I need to know if this can help. Try to restore a Volume of TrueCrypt header in Windows 8 fails ("way of wrong installation, wrong password or not a TrueCrypt Volume"). Pourrait installing Windows 8 format the drive?

(Sorry for my bad English)

Later: I tried data recovery, and it shows some files and folders http://postimg.org/image/9xt33kmw5/

Hi Daniel,.

The drive that contains Windows XP displays empty because the file format of Windows XP is FAT (File allocation table) that is not supported by Windows 8. Windows 8 uses NTFS (New Technology File System). I would say to contact TrueCrypt support to check why the description of disk takes a long time. In Windows 8 If you want to encrypt or decrypt the data, you can use bit-locker installation. I suggest you to see the following links for more information on encryption of bit-locker.

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-in/Windows-8/BitLocker#1TC=T1
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-in/Windows-8/using-BitLocker-Drive-encryption
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-in/Windows-8/unlock-BitLocker-protected-drive
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-in/Windows-8/BitLocker-recovery-keys-FAQ

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