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How to recover the unreadable files on the mounted standard VeraCrypt container? [migrated]

My hard disk had 3 partitions C, D and E, and I formatted everything on the E drive and extended the size of the D drive using Easeus Partition Master by adding E drive to D. So now the size of the partition D is 500.5 GB , then I created a new 500 GB standard encrypted VeraCrypt container on the D drive. Remaining (non-encrypted space) space on the D drive is 500 MB. Now there is only C and D drive as I extended the size of the D drive using Easeus partition master by combining E drive to D!

Before the formatting and extending the partition of E to D, I copied all data on the E drive to an external Western Digital 4TB drive but there was a 50 GB VeraCrypt file container on that drive ( E DRIVE ) which I marked as hidden from the windows explorer to prevent other users from deleting it. I forgot that there was that VeraCrypt file container on E drive and it didn’t copy to the External drive as it was hidden from the windows explorer.

Does making a 500 GB standard encrypted VeraCrypt drive on the D drive overwritten the D drive which has a size of 500 GB?

I also used Kerish Doctor to prevent that VeraCrypt file container from accidental deletion, today I found that 50 GB VeraCrypt file container on C:\ProgramData\Kerish Products\Kerish Doctor\Restore folder and I copied it to an external drive and successfully mounted the drive using VeraCrypt, but only 3 or 4 files out of 500 files are readable (They are mostly videos, photos)

The file extension that Kerish Doctor saved the file to prevent deletion is in .rst ON C:\ProgramData\Kerish Products\Kerish Doctor\Restore folder.

How do I recover all or most of the data on that drive? See the attached photo, it is how most of the files on that drive looks like and they are corrupted

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and opening any of those files gave me below error on the attached photo!

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How to speed up the database encryption / decryption process in Oracle 11 Standard Edition?

I have an 11-year old huge database designed in Oracle 11g Standard Edition. It requires to be encrypted for maximum security. We have used dbms_crypto library to perform the encryption & decryption but it is consuming a lot of time decrypt & display. Our customers need to wait in ques for hours till our public-facing systems & applications can decrypt the ‘data-at-rest’ & ‘data-in-transit’.

We are not going for the Oracle updated & Enterprise edition. So, any help & inputs for our current situation are extremely welcome!

The Probability of Success: Advantage vs. Disadvantage (vs. standard d20) [on hold]

I was curious about the probability change when a character has advantage vs. disadvantage when rolling a d20 in D&D. Here’s what I came up with:

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(For anyone who wants to check my math or see the specific percentages, here’s the sheet I used)


If my numbers are correct, here are my takeaways:

  1. With a single d20 a DC of 11 is a 50/50 chance; for advantage 15 is 50/50, and disadvantage it’s 7

  2. Rolling an 11 with disadvantage is twice as hard; rolling an 11 with advantage is 50% more likely

  3. It’s a pretty good system to represent experience (easy things are easier) vs. being a novice (everything is hard).

Thoughts? Corrects to my math?

Are custom list forms created in InfoPath a standard or enterprise feature?

I have a SharePoint Online site, with standard licence plan. I would like to customise some list forms using InfoPath, but I’m trying to figure out if this is a standard or enterprise feature of SharePoint.

I know that displaying InfoPath forms in the browser uses InfoPath Forms Services, which is an enterprise feature, but I can’t find clarification whether custom list forms use InfoPath Forms Services to display as well.

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What are the standard icons for errors and warnings?

I’m looking for two types of icons. I want an icon that displays an error (action required), and an icon that displays a warning (watch out).

Now when I search for these icons I get a bunch of different results. For example exclamation marks in circles, squares, triangles etc. or an X in the same shapes.

I’m curious if it was ever ‘officially’ decided by a big UX authority what the standard look for those icons should be.

Is there a standard for vibration pattern when a mobile device failed to send an alert that the user needs help?

I’ve been looking for any standards around haptic feedback of a mobile device when it tries to send out an alert for security but failed. I haven’t found any clear answers so hoping I’ll get some guidance here. 🙂

So the app I’m designing is for the security of the user that when they find themselves in a threatening or dangerous situation, they will call for help by pressing a button on the device. But if the device couldn’t send the alert for some reason, the user should be made known that the device cant help you, it failed to send the alert.

I have checked a similar answer saying the distress signals are sent in sets of three, but this is not a distress signal, it’s a feedback that the distress signal could not be sent. Any recommendations?

What is the standard dungeon scale at the table?

I’m reading the Caverns of Thracia and I see the maps have a scale of 1” to 40’ for the most part – that seems to be about 4 squares.

My understanding is that in AD&D if you have a movement rate of 12”, that means you move 120’ in “imaginary world scale”.

Should I be using a scale of 1” = 10’ on the table (assuming I’m using miniatures), or do my PCs move at 480’/round on the map as drawn in the module?