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Code Description
DRC001E "xxx sectors were successfully decrypted. yyy sectors were not decrypted because their encryption data is missing."

The destination was not completely decrypted because some encryption data is missing.

DRC002E "Unable to access registry key."

Disk Recoup™ could not access the Windows® registry because of what could be an internal Windows® error.

DRC003E "Out of memory."

There is no more computer memory for the program to continue. Use the Windows® Task Manager to determine if Windows® has used up all available memory. Close unnecessary applications to free up more memory.

DRC004E "Sector <nnn> was not decrypted because the encryption data is missing."

The sector could not be decrypted because the encryption data is missing.

DRC005E "Sectors <xxx> to <yyy> were not decrypted because the encryption data is missing."

The sectors could not be decrypted because the encryption data is missing.

DRC006E "Please restart the program. Reboot the computer if necessary."

Disk Recoup™ is hung and must be restarted. The computer may need to be rebooted. See "Time and patience"

DRC007E "<Device name> not found."

The specified device could not be found. This can happen when you resume a copy operation and the original source hard drive is not found. The drive may have been physically disconnected from the computer or it may have gone offline due to hardware errors.

DRC008E "Data could not be read."

A low-level disk read operation failed. This error is typical when reading a faulty hard drive. The program should continue to copy other parts of the disk.

DRC009E "Missing or invalid <name> in the session file <filename>."

The specified session file lacks a required verb-value pair. The file may be corrupt or was created by an older version of Disk Recoup™. A session file has the extension "drs".

DRC010E "The program is stopping because too many messages are being generated."

Disk Recoup™ will stop if too many errors are generated in a short time interval. This measure it to prevent the program from going into an "infinite loop", generating excessive errors that may severely affect Windows®.