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    1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    2 <VeraCrypt>
    3   <localization prog-version="1.16">
    4     <language langid="en" name="English" en-name="English" version="0.0.0" translators="TrueCrypt/VeraCrypt Teams" />
    5     <font lang="en" class="normal" size="11" face="default" />
    6     <font lang="en" class="bold" size="13" face="Arial" />
    7     <font lang="en" class="fixed" size="12" face="Lucida Console" />
    8     <font lang="en" class="title" size="21" face="Times New Roman" />
    9     <entry lang="en" key="IDCANCEL">Cancel</entry>
   10     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ALL_USERS">Install &amp;for all users</entry>
   11     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_BROWSE">Bro&amp;wse...</entry>
   12     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DESKTOP_ICON">Add VeraCrypt icon to &amp;desktop</entry>
   13     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DONATE">Donate now...</entry>
   14     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FILE_TYPE">Associate the .hc file &amp;extension with VeraCrypt</entry>
   15     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_OPEN_CONTAINING_FOLDER">&amp;Open the destination location when finished</entry>
   16     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PROG_GROUP">Add VeraCrypt to &amp;Start menu</entry>
   17     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SYSTEM_RESTORE">Create System &amp;Restore point</entry>
   18     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_UNINSTALL">&amp;Uninstall</entry>
   19     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_WIZARD_MODE_EXTRACT_ONLY">&amp;Extract</entry>
   20     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_WIZARD_MODE_INSTALL">&amp;Install</entry>
   21     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_INSTL_DLG">VeraCrypt Setup Wizard</entry>
   22     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_UNINSTALL">Uninstall VeraCrypt</entry>
   23     <entry lang="en" key="IDHELP">&amp;Help</entry>
   24     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_EXTRACT_DESTINATION">Please select or type the location where you want to place the extracted files:</entry>
   25     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_INSTALL_DESTINATION">Please select or type the location where you want to install the VeraCrypt program files. If the specified folder does not exist, it will be automatically created.</entry>
   26     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_UNINSTALL_DIR">Click Uninstall to remove VeraCrypt from this system.</entry>
   27     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ABORT_BUTTON">Abort</entry>
   28     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_BENCHMARK">&amp;Benchmark</entry>
   29     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_CIPHER_TEST">&amp;Test</entry>
   30     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DEVICE_TRANSFORM_MODE_FORMAT">Create encrypted volume and format it</entry>
   31     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DEVICE_TRANSFORM_MODE_INPLACE">Encrypt partition in place</entry>
   32     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DISPLAY_KEYS">Display generated keys (their portions)</entry>
   33     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DISPLAY_POOL_CONTENTS">Display pool content</entry>
   34     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DOWNLOAD_CD_BURN_SOFTWARE">Download CD/DVD recording software</entry>
   35     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FILE_CONTAINER">Create an encrypted file container</entry>
   36     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_GB">&amp;GB</entry>
   37     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_TB">&amp;TB</entry>
   38     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDDEN_SYSENC_INFO_LINK">More information</entry>
   39     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDDEN_VOL">Hi&amp;dden VeraCrypt volume </entry>
   40     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDDEN_VOL_HELP">More information about hidden volumes</entry>
   41     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDVOL_WIZ_MODE_DIRECT">Direct mode</entry>
   42     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDVOL_WIZ_MODE_FULL">Normal mode</entry>
   43     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KB">&amp;KB</entry>
   44     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYFILES_ENABLE">U&amp;se keyfiles</entry>
   45     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYFILES_TRY_EMPTY_PASSWORD">Try first to mount with an empty password</entry>
   46     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYFILES_RANDOM_SIZE">Random size ( 64 &lt;-&gt; 1048576 )</entry>
   47     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEY_FILES">&amp;Keyfiles...</entry>
   48     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_HASH_INFO">Information on hash algorithms</entry>
   49     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_MORE_INFO_ABOUT_CIPHER">More information</entry>
   50     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_PIM_INFO">Information on PIM</entry>
   51     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MB">&amp;MB</entry>
   52     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_CONTAINERS">More information</entry>
   53     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_SYS_ENCRYPTION">More information about system encryption</entry>
   54     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_SYS_ENCRYPTION">More information</entry>
   55     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MULTI_BOOT">Multi-Boot</entry>
   56     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_NONSYS_DEVICE">Encrypt a non-system partition/drive</entry>
   57     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_NO_HISTORY">&amp;Never save history</entry>
   58     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_OPEN_OUTER_VOLUME">Open Outer Volume</entry>
   59     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PAUSE">&amp;Pause</entry>
   60     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PIM_ENABLE">Use P&amp;IM</entry>
   61     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_NEW_PIM_ENABLE">Use PIM</entry>
   62     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_QUICKFORMAT">Quick Format</entry>
   63     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_PASSWORD">&amp;Display password</entry>
   64     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_PASSWORD_SINGLE">&amp;Display password</entry>
   65     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_PIM">&amp;Display PIM</entry>
   66     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SINGLE_BOOT">Single-boot</entry>
   67     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_STD_VOL">Standard VeraCrypt volume</entry>
   68     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SYSENC_HIDDEN">Hi&amp;dden</entry>
   69     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SYSENC_NORMAL">Normal</entry>
   70     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SYS_DEVICE">Encrypt the system partition or entire system drive</entry>
   71     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SYS_PARTITION">Encrypt the Windows system partition</entry>
   72     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_WHOLE_SYS_DRIVE">Encrypt the whole drive</entry>
   73     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_VOL_CREATION_WIZARD_DLG">VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard</entry>
   74     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_CLUSTER">Cluster </entry>
   75     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_COLLECTING_RANDOM_DATA_NOTE">IMPORTANT: Move your mouse as randomly as possible within this window. The longer you move it, the better. This significantly increases the cryptographic strength of the encryption keys. Then click Next to continue.</entry>
   76     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_CONFIRM">&amp;Confirm:</entry>
   77     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_DONE">Done</entry>
   78     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_DRIVE_LETTER">Drive letter:</entry>
   79     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_ENCRYPTION_ALGO">Encryption Algorithm</entry>
   80     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_FILESYSTEM">Filesystem </entry>
   81     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_FILE_CONTAINER">Creates a virtual encrypted disk within a file. Recommended for inexperienced users.</entry>
   82     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_FORMAT_OPTIONS">Options</entry>
   83     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_HASH_ALGO">Hash Algorithm</entry>
   84     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_HEADER_KEY">Header Key: </entry>
   85     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_LEFT">Left</entry>
   86     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_MASTER_KEY">Master Key: </entry>
   87     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_MULTI_BOOT">Select this option if there are two or more operating systems installed on this computer.\n\nFor example:\n- Windows XP and Windows XP\n- Windows XP and Windows Vista\n- Windows and Mac OS X\n- Windows and Linux\n- Windows, Linux and Mac OS X</entry>
   88     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_NON_SYS_DEVICE">Encrypts a non-system partition on any internal or external drive (e.g. a flash drive). Optionally, creates a hidden volume.</entry>
   89     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PARTIAL_POOL_CONTENTS">Current pool content (partial)</entry>
   90     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PASS">Pass</entry>
   91     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PASSWORD">Password:</entry>
   92     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PIM">Volume PIM:</entry>
   93     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_OLD_PIM">Volume PIM:</entry>
   94     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PROGRESS">Progress:</entry>
   95     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_RANDOM_POOL">Random Pool: </entry>
   96     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SINGLE_BOOT">Select this option if there is only one operating system installed on this computer (even if it has multiple users).</entry>
   97     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SPEED">Speed</entry>
   98     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_STATUS">Status</entry>
   99     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SYSENC_KEYS_GEN_INFO">The keys, salt, and other data have been successfully generated. If you want to generate new keys, click Back and then Next. Otherwise, click Next to continue.</entry>
  100     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SYS_DEVICE">Encrypts the partition/drive where Windows is installed. Anyone who wants to gain access and use the system, read and write files, etc., will need to enter the correct password each time before Windows boots. Optionally, creates a hidden system.</entry>
  101     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SYS_PARTITION">Select this option to encrypt the partition where the currently running Windows operating system is installed.</entry>
  102     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_VOLUME_LABEL">Volume Label in Windows:</entry>
  103     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_WIPE_MODE">Wipe mode:</entry>
  104     <entry lang="en" key="IDCLOSE">Close</entry>
  105     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ALLOW_ESC_PBA_BYPASS">Allow pre-boot &amp;authentication to be bypassed by pressing the Esc key (enables boot manager)</entry>
  106     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_AUTORUN_DISABLE">Do nothing</entry>
  107     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_AUTORUN_MOUNT">&amp;Auto-mount VeraCrypt volume (specified below)</entry>
  108     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_AUTORUN_START">&amp;Start VeraCrypt</entry>
  109     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_AUTO_DETECT_PKCS11_MODULE">Auto-&amp;Detect Library</entry>
  110     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_BOOT_LOADER_CACHE_PASSWORD">&amp;Cache pre-boot authentication password in driver memory (for mounting of non-system volumes)</entry>
  111     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_BROWSE_DIRS">Browse...</entry>
  112     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_BROWSE_FILES">Browse...</entry>
  113     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_CACHE">Cache passwords and keyfil&amp;es in memory</entry>
  114     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_CLOSE_BKG_TASK_WHEN_NOVOL">Exit when there are no mounted volumes</entry>
  115     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_CLOSE_TOKEN_SESSION_AFTER_MOUNT">&amp;Close token session (log out) after a volume is successfully mounted</entry>
  116     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_COPY_EXPANDER">Include VeraCrypt Volume Expander</entry>
  117     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_COPY_WIZARD">Include VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard</entry>
  118     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_CREATE">Create</entry>
  119     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_CREATE_VOLUME">&amp;Create Volume</entry>
  120     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DISABLE_BOOT_LOADER_OUTPUT">Do not &amp;show any texts in the pre-boot authentication screen (except the below custom message)</entry>
  121     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DISABLE_EVIL_MAID_ATTACK_DETECTION">Disable "Evil Maid" attack detection</entry>
  122     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ENABLE_HARDWARE_ENCRYPTION">Accelerate AES encryption/decryption by using the AES instructions of the processor (if available)</entry>
  123     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ENABLE_KEYFILES">Use keyfiles</entry>
  124     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ENABLE_NEW_KEYFILES">Use keyfiles</entry>
  125     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_EXIT">E&amp;xit</entry>
  126     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITES_HELP_LINK">Help on favorite volumes</entry>
  127     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_DISABLE_HOTKEY">Do not mount selected volume when 'Mount Favorite Volumes' &amp;hot key is pressed</entry>
  128     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_MOUNT_ON_ARRIVAL">Mount selected volume when its host device gets &amp;connected</entry>
  129     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_MOUNT_ON_LOGON">Mount selected volume upon log&amp;on</entry>
  130     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_MOUNT_READONLY">Mount selected volume as read-o&amp;nly</entry>
  131     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_MOUNT_REMOVABLE">Mount selected volume as remo&amp;vable medium</entry>
  132     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_MOVE_DOWN">Move &amp;Down</entry>
  133     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_MOVE_UP">Move &amp;Up</entry>
  134     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_OPEN_EXPLORER_WIN_ON_MOUNT">Open &amp;Explorer window for selected volume when successfully mounted</entry>
  135     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_REMOVE">&amp;Remove</entry>
  136     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_USE_LABEL_IN_EXPLORER">Use favorite label as Explorer drive label</entry>
  137     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAV_VOL_OPTIONS_GLOBAL_SETTINGS_BOX">Global Settings</entry>
  138     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HK_DISMOUNT_BALLOON_TOOLTIP">Display balloon tooltip after successful hot-key dismount</entry>
  139     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HK_DISMOUNT_PLAY_SOUND">Play system notification sound after successful hot-key dismount</entry>
  140     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HK_MOD_ALT">Alt</entry>
  141     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HK_MOD_CTRL">Ctrl</entry>
  142     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HK_MOD_SHIFT">Shift</entry>
  143     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HK_MOD_WIN">Win</entry>
  144     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HOTKEY_ASSIGN">Assign</entry>
  145     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HOTKEY_REMOVE">Remove</entry>
  146     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYFILES">Keyfiles...</entry>
  147     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_LIMIT_ENC_THREAD_POOL">Do not use the following number of processors for encryption/decryption:</entry>
  148     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_HW_ACCELERATION">More information</entry>
  149     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_THREAD_BASED_PARALLELIZATION">More information</entry>
  150     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_SETTINGS">More Settings...</entry>
  151     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MOUNTALL">&amp;Auto-Mount Devices</entry>
  152     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MOUNT_OPTIONS">Mount Opti&amp;ons...</entry>
  153     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MOUNT_READONLY">Mount volume as read-&amp;only</entry>
  154     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_NEW_KEYFILES">Keyfiles...</entry>
  155     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_OLD_PIM_HELP">(Empty or 0 for default iterations)</entry>
  156     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PIM_HELP">(Empty or 0 for default iterations)</entry>
  157     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_BKG_TASK_ENABLE">Enabled</entry>
  158     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_CACHE_PASSWORDS">Cache passwords in driver memory</entry>
  159     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_DISMOUNT_INACTIVE">Auto-dismount volume after no data has been read/written to it for</entry>
  160     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_DISMOUNT_LOGOFF">User logs off</entry>
  161     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_DISMOUNT_SESSION_LOCKED">User session locked</entry>
  162     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_DISMOUNT_POWERSAVING">Entering power saving mode</entry>
  163     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_DISMOUNT_SCREENSAVER">Screen saver is launched</entry>
  164     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_FORCE_AUTO_DISMOUNT">Force auto-dismount even if volume contains open files or directories</entry>
  165     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_LOGON_MOUNT_DEVICES">Mount all device-hosted VeraCrypt volumes</entry>
  166     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_LOGON_START">Start VeraCrypt Background Task</entry>
  167     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_MOUNT_READONLY">Mount volumes as read-only</entry>
  168     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_MOUNT_REMOVABLE">Mount volumes as removable media</entry>
  169     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_OPEN_EXPLORER">Open Explorer window for successfully mounted volume</entry>
  170     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_TEMP_CACHE_ON_MULTIPLE_MOUNT">Temporarily cache password during "Mount Favorite Volumes" operations</entry>
  171     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_USE_DIFF_TRAY_ICON_IF_VOL_MOUNTED">Use a different taskbar icon when there are mounted volumes</entry>
  172     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_WIPE_CACHE_ON_AUTODISMOUNT">Wipe cached passwords on auto-dismount</entry>
  173     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_WIPE_CACHE_ON_EXIT">Wipe cached passwords on exit</entry>
  174     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PRESERVE_TIMESTAMPS">Preserve modification timestamp of file containers</entry>
  175     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_RESET_HOTKEYS">Reset</entry>
  176     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SELECT_DEVICE">Select D&amp;evice...</entry>
  177     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SELECT_FILE">Select &amp;File...</entry>
  178     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SELECT_PKCS11_MODULE">Select &amp;Library...</entry>
  179     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_PASSWORD_CHPWD_NEW">Display password</entry>
  180     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_PASSWORD_CHPWD_ORI">Display password</entry>
  181     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_TRAVEL_OPEN_EXPLORER">Open &amp;Explorer window for mounted volume</entry>
  182     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_TRAV_CACHE_PASSWORDS">&amp;Cache password in driver memory</entry>
  183     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_TRUECRYPT_MODE">TrueCrypt Mode</entry>
  184     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_UNMOUNTALL">Di&amp;smount All</entry>
  185     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_VOLUME_PROPERTIES">&amp;Volume Properties...</entry>
  186     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_VOLUME_TOOLS">Volume &amp;Tools...</entry>
  187     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_WIPE_CACHE">&amp;Wipe Cache</entry>
  188     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_DEFAULT_MOUNT_PARAMETERS">VeraCrypt - Mount Parameters</entry>
  189     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_FAVORITE_VOLUMES">VeraCrypt - Favorite Volumes</entry>
  190     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_HOTKEYS_DLG">VeraCrypt - System-Wide Hot Keys</entry>
  191     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_MOUNT_DLG">VeraCrypt</entry>
  192     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_PASSWORDCHANGE_DLG">Change Password or Keyfiles</entry>
  193     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_PASSWORD_DLG">Enter VeraCrypt Volume Password</entry>
  194     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_PERFORMANCE_SETTINGS">VeraCrypt - Performance and Driver Options</entry>
  195     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_PREFERENCES_DLG">VeraCrypt - Preferences</entry>
  196     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_SYSENC_SETTINGS">VeraCrypt - System Encryption Settings</entry>
  197     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_TOKEN_PREFERENCES">VeraCrypt - Security Token Preferences</entry>
  198     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_TRAVELER_DLG">VeraCrypt Traveler Disk Setup</entry>
  199     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_VOLUME_PROPERTIES">VeraCrypt Volume Properties</entry>
  200     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ABOUT">About</entry>
  201     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ADD_REMOVE_VOL_KEYFILES">Add/Remove Keyfiles to/from Volume...</entry>
  202     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ADD_VOLUME_TO_FAVORITES">Add Mounted Volume to Favorites...</entry>
  203     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ADD_VOLUME_TO_SYSTEM_FAVORITES">Add Mounted Volume to System Favorites...</entry>
  204     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ANALYZE_SYSTEM_CRASH">Analyze a System Crash...</entry>
  205     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_BACKUP_VOL_HEADER">Backup Volume Header...</entry>
  206     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_BENCHMARK">Benchmark...</entry>
  207     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CHANGE_HEADER_KEY_DERIV_ALGO">Set Header Key Derivation Algorithm...</entry>
  208     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CHANGE_PASSWORD">Change Volume Password...</entry>
  209     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CHANGE_SYS_HEADER_KEY_DERIV_ALGO">Set Header Key Derivation Algorithm...</entry>
  210     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CHANGE_SYS_PASSWORD">Change Password...</entry>
  211     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CLEAR_HISTORY">Clear Volume History</entry>
  212     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CLOSE_ALL_TOKEN_SESSIONS">Close All Security Token Sessions</entry>
  213     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CONTACT">Contact</entry>
  214     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CREATE_HIDDEN_OS">Create Hidden Operating System...</entry>
  215     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CREATE_RESCUE_DISK">Create Rescue Disk...</entry>
  216     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CREATE_VOLUME">Create New Volume...</entry>
  217     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_DECRYPT_NONSYS_VOL">Permanently Decrypt...</entry>
  218     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_DEFAULT_KEYFILES">Default Keyfiles...</entry>
  219     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_DEFAULT_MOUNT_PARAMETERS">Default Mount Parameters...</entry>
  220     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_DONATE">Donate now...</entry>
  221     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ENCRYPT_SYSTEM_DEVICE">Encrypt System Partition/Drive...</entry>
  222     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_FAQ">Frequently Asked Questions</entry>
  223     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_HELP">User's Guide</entry>
  224     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_HOMEPAGE">&amp;Homepage </entry>
  225     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_HOTKEY_SETTINGS">Hot Keys...</entry>
  226     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_KEYFILE_GENERATOR">Keyfile Generator</entry>
  227     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_LANGUAGE">Language...</entry>
  228     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_LICENSE">Legal Notices</entry>
  229     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_MANAGE_TOKEN_KEYFILES">Manage Security Token Keyfiles...</entry>
  230     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_MOUNTALL">Auto-Mount All Device-Hosted Volumes</entry>
  231     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_MOUNT_FAVORITE_VOLUMES">Mount Favorite Volumes</entry>
  232     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_MOUNT_SYSENC_PART_WITHOUT_PBA">Mount Without Pre-Boot &amp;Authentication...</entry>
  233     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_MOUNT_VOLUME">Mount Volume</entry>
  234     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_MOUNT_VOLUME_OPTIONS">Mount Volume with Options</entry>
  235     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_NEWS">News</entry>
  236     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ONLINE_HELP">Online Help</entry>
  237     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ONLINE_TUTORIAL">Beginner's Tutorial</entry>
  238     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ORGANIZE_FAVORITES">Organize Favorite Volumes...</entry>
  239     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_ORGANIZE_SYSTEM_FAVORITES">Organize System Favorite Volumes...</entry>
  240     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_PERFORMANCE_SETTINGS">Performance/Driver Configuration</entry>
  241     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_PERMANENTLY_DECRYPT_SYS">Permanently Decrypt System Partition/Drive</entry>
  242     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_PREFERENCES">Preferences...</entry>
  243     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_REFRESH_DRIVE_LETTERS">Refresh Drive Letters</entry>
  244     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_REMOVE_ALL_KEYFILES_FROM_VOL">Remove All Keyfiles from Volume...</entry>
  245     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_RESTORE_VOL_HEADER">Restore Volume Header...</entry>
  246     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_RESUME_INTERRUPTED_PROC">Resume Interrupted Process</entry>
  247     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_SELECT_DEVICE">Select Device...</entry>
  248     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_SELECT_FILE">Select File...</entry>
  249     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_SYSENC_RESUME">Resume Interrupted Process</entry>
  250     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_SYSENC_SETTINGS">System Encryption...</entry>
  251     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_STATUS">Properties...</entry>
  252     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_SYS_ENC_SETTINGS">Settings...</entry>
  253     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_SYS_FAVORITES_SETTINGS">System Favorite Volumes...</entry>
  254     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_TC_DOWNLOADS">Downloads</entry>
  255     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_TEST_VECTORS">Test Vectors...</entry>
  256     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_TOKEN_PREFERENCES">Security Tokens...</entry>
  257     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_TRAVELER">Traveler Disk Setup...</entry>
  258     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_UNMOUNTALL">Dismount All Mounted Volumes</entry>
  259     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_UNMOUNT_VOLUME">Dismount Volume</entry>
  260     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_VERIFY_RESCUE_DISK">Verify Rescue Disk</entry>
  261     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_VERIFY_RESCUE_DISK_ISO">Verify Rescue Disk Image</entry>
  262     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_VERSION_HISTORY">Version History</entry>
  263     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_VOLUME_EXPANDER">Volume Expander</entry>
  264     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_VOLUME_PROPERTIES">Volume Properties</entry>
  265     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_VOLUME_WIZARD">Volume Creation Wizard</entry>
  266     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_WEBSITE">VeraCrypt Website</entry>
  267     <entry lang="en" key="IDM_WIPE_CACHE">Wipe Cached Passwords</entry>
  268     <entry lang="en" key="IDOK">OK</entry>
  269     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_ACCELERATION_OPTIONS">Hardware Acceleration</entry>
  270     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_ASSIGN_HOTKEY">Shortcut</entry>
  271     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_AUTORUN">AutoRun Configuration (autorun.inf)</entry>
  272     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_AUTO_DISMOUNT">Auto-Dismount</entry>
  273     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_AUTO_DISMOUNT_ON">Dismount all when:</entry>
  274     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_BOOT_LOADER_SCREEN_OPTIONS">Boot Loader Screen Options</entry>
  275     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_CONFIRM_PASSWORD">Confirm Password:</entry>
  276     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_CURRENT">Current</entry>
  277     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_CUSTOM_BOOT_LOADER_MESSAGE">Display this custom message in the pre-boot authentication screen (24 characters maximum):</entry>
  278     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_DEFAULT_MOUNT_OPTIONS">Default Mount Options</entry>
  279     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_DISMOUNT_ACTION">Hot Key Options</entry>
  280     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_DRIVER_OPTIONS">Driver Configuration</entry>
  281     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ENABLE_EXTENDED_IOCTL_SUPPORT">Enable extended disk control codes support</entry>
  282     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_FAVORITE_LABEL">Label of selected favorite volume:</entry>
  283     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_FILE_SETTINGS">File Settings</entry>
  284     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_HOTKEY_KEY">Key to assign:</entry>
  285     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_HW_AES_SUPPORTED_BY_CPU">Processor (CPU) in this computer supports hardware acceleration for AES:</entry>
  286     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_LOGON">Actions to perform upon logon to Windows</entry>
  287     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_MINUTES">minutes</entry>
  288     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_MOUNT_LETTER">Mount volume as drive letter:</entry>
  289     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_MOUNT_SETTINGS">Mount Settings</entry>
  290     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_NEW">New</entry>
  291     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_NEW_PASSWORD">Password:</entry>
  292     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PARALLELIZATION_OPTIONS">Thread-Based Parallelization</entry>
  293     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PKCS11_LIB_PATH">PKCS #11 Library Path</entry>
  294     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PKCS5_PRF">PKCS-5 PRF:</entry>
  295     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_NEW_PKCS5_PRF">PKCS-5 PRF:</entry>
  296     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PW_CACHE_OPTIONS">Password Cache</entry>
  297     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SECURITY_OPTIONS">Security Options</entry>
  298     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TASKBAR_ICON">VeraCrypt Background Task</entry>
  299     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TRAVELER_MOUNT">VeraCrypt volume to mount (relative to traveler disk root):</entry>
  300     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TRAVEL_INSERTION">Upon insertion of traveler disk: </entry>
  301     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TRAVEL_ROOT">Create traveler disk files at (traveler disk root directory):</entry>
  302     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_VOLUME">Volume</entry>
  303     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_WINDOWS_RELATED_SETTING">Windows</entry>
  304     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ADD_KEYFILE_PATH">Add &amp;Path...</entry>
  305     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_AUTO">&amp;Auto-Test All</entry>
  306     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_CONTINUE">&amp;Continue</entry>
  307     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DECRYPT">&amp;Decrypt</entry>
  308     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DELETE">&amp;Delete</entry>
  309     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ENCRYPT">&amp;Encrypt</entry>
  310     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_EXPORT">&amp;Export...</entry>
  311     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_GENERATE_AND_SAVE_KEYFILE">Generate and Save Keyfile...</entry>
  312     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_GENERATE_KEYFILE">&amp;Generate Random Keyfile...</entry>
  313     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_GET_LANG_PACKS">Download language pack</entry>
  314     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HW_AES_LABEL_LINK">Hardware-accelerated AES:</entry>
  315     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_IMPORT_KEYFILE">&amp;Import Keyfile to Token...</entry>
  316     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYADD">Add &amp;Files...</entry>
  317     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYFILES_ENABLE_HIDVOL_PROT">U&amp;se keyfiles</entry>
  318     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYFILES_HIDVOL_PROT">&amp;Keyfiles...</entry>
  319     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYREMOVE">&amp;Remove</entry>
  320     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYREMOVEALL">Remove &amp;All</entry>
  321     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_HIDVOL_PROTECTION_INFO">What is hidden volume protection?</entry>
  322     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_KEYFILES_INFO">More information on keyfiles</entry>
  323     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MOUNT_REMOVABLE">Mount volume as removable &amp;medium</entry>
  324     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MOUNT_SYSENC_PART_WITHOUT_PBA">Mount partition &amp;using system encryption without pre-boot authentication</entry>
  325     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PARALLELIZATION_LABEL_LINK">Parallelization:</entry>
  326     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PERFORM_BENCHMARK">Benchmark</entry>
  327     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PRINT">&amp;Print</entry>
  328     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PROTECT_HIDDEN_VOL">&amp;Protect hidden volume against damage caused by writing to outer volume</entry>
  329     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_RESET">&amp;Reset</entry>
  330     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_PASSWORD_MO">&amp;Display password</entry>
  331     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_TOKEN_FILES_ADD">Add &amp;Token Files...</entry>
  332     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_USE_EMBEDDED_HEADER_BAK">Use backup header embedded in &amp;volume if available</entry>
  333     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_XTS_MODE_ENABLED">XTS mode</entry>
  334     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_ABOUT_DLG">About VeraCrypt</entry>
  335     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_BENCHMARK_DLG">VeraCrypt - Algorithms Benchmark</entry>
  336     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_CIPHER_TEST_DLG">VeraCrypt - Test Vectors</entry>
  337     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_COMMANDHELP_DLG">Command Line Help</entry>
  338     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_KEYFILES">VeraCrypt - Keyfiles</entry>
  339     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_KEYFILE_GENERATOR">VeraCrypt - Keyfile Generator</entry>
  340     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_LANGUAGE">VeraCrypt - Language</entry>
  341     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_MOUNT_OPTIONS">VeraCrypt - Mount Options</entry>
  342     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_NEW_TOKEN_KEYFILE">New Security Token Keyfile Properties</entry>
  343     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_RANDOM_POOL_ENRICHMENT">VeraCrypt - Random Pool Enrichment</entry>
  344     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_RAWDEVICES_DLG">Select a Partition or Device</entry>
  345     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_STATIC_MODELESS_WAIT_DLG">VeraCrypt</entry>
  346     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_TOKEN_KEYFILES">Security Token Keyfiles</entry>
  347     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_TOKEN_PASSWORD">Security token password/PIN required</entry>
  348     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_ACTIVE_LANG_PACK">Active language pack</entry>
  349     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_BOX_BENCHMARK_INFO">Speed is affected by CPU load and storage device characteristics.\n\nThese tests take place in RAM.</entry>
  350     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_BUFFER_SIZE">Buffer Size:</entry>
  351     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_CIPHER">Cipher:</entry>
  352     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_HIDDEN_PROT_PASSWD">P&amp;assword to hidden volume:\n(if empty, cache is used)</entry>
  353     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_HIDDEN_VOL_PROTECTION">Hidden Volume Protection</entry>
  354     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_KEY">Key size:</entry>
  355     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_KEYFILE_GENERATOR_NOTE">IMPORTANT: Move your mouse as randomly as possible within this window. The longer you move it, the better. This significantly increases the cryptographic strength of the keyfile.</entry>
  356     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_KEYFILE_WARNING">WARNING: If you lose a keyfile or if any bit of its first 1024 kilobytes changes, it will be impossible to mount volumes that use the keyfile!</entry>
  357     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_KEY_UNIT">bits</entry>
  358     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_NUMBER_KEYFILES">Number of keyfiles:</entry>
  359     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_KEYFILES_SIZE">Keyfiles size (in Bytes):</entry>
  360     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_KEYFILES_BASE_NAME">Keyfiles base name:</entry>
  361     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_LANGPACK_AUTHORS">Translated by:</entry>
  362     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PLAINTEXT">Plaintext size:</entry>
  363     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PLAINTEXT_SIZE_UNIT">bits</entry>
  364     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_POOL_CONTENTS">Current Pool Content</entry>
  365     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_PRF">Mixing PRF:</entry>
  366     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_RANDOM_POOL_ENRICHMENT_NOTE">IMPORTANT: Move your mouse as randomly as possible within this window. The longer you move it, the better. This significantly increases security. When done, click 'Continue'.</entry>
  367     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SECONDARY_KEY">Secondary key (hexadecimal)</entry>
  368     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SECURITY_TOKEN">Security token:</entry>
  369     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_SORT_METHOD">Sort Method:</entry>
  370     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_STATIC_MODELESS_WAIT_DLG_INFO">Please wait. This process may take a long time...</entry>
  371     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_STATIC_MODAL_WAIT_DLG_INFO">Please wait...\nThis process may take a long time and VeraCrypt may seem unresponsive.</entry>
  372     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TEST_BLOCK_NUMBER">Block number:</entry>
  373     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TEST_CIPHERTEXT">Ciphertext (hexadecimal)</entry>
  374     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TEST_DATA_UNIT_NUMBER">Data unit number (64-bit hexadecimal, data unit size is 512 bytes)</entry>
  375     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TEST_KEY">Key (hexadecimal)</entry>
  376     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TEST_PLAINTEXT">Plaintext (hexadecimal)</entry>
  377     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_TOKEN_KEYFILE_NAME">Keyfile name:</entry>
  378     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_XTS_MODE">XTS mode</entry>
  379     <entry lang="en" key="MENU_SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION">S&amp;ystem</entry>
  380     <entry lang="en" key="MENU_VOLUMES">&amp;Volumes</entry>
  381     <entry lang="en" key="MENU_FAVORITES">Favor&amp;ites</entry>
  382     <entry lang="en" key="MENU_TOOLS">T&amp;ools</entry>
  383     <entry lang="en" key="MENU_SETTINGS">Settin&amp;gs</entry>
  384     <entry lang="en" key="MENU_HELP">&amp;Help</entry>
  385     <entry lang="en" key="MENU_WEBSITE">   Home&amp;page   </entry>
  386     <entry lang="en" key="ABOUTBOX">&amp;About...</entry>
  387     <entry lang="en" key="ACCESSMODEFAIL">The read-only attribute on your old volume could not be changed. Please check the file access permissions.</entry>
  388     <entry lang="en" key="ACCESS_DENIED">Error: Access denied.\n\nThe partition you are trying to access is either 0 sectors long, or it is the boot device.</entry>
  389     <entry lang="en" key="ADMINISTRATOR">Administrator</entry>
  390     <entry lang="en" key="ADMIN_PRIVILEGES_DRIVER">In order to load the VeraCrypt driver, you need to be logged into an account with administrator privileges.</entry>
  391     <entry lang="en" key="ADMIN_PRIVILEGES_WARN_DEVICES">Please note that in order to encrypt, decrypt or format a partition/device you need to be logged into an account with administrator privileges.\n\nThis does not apply to file-hosted volumes.</entry>
  392     <entry lang="en" key="ADMIN_PRIVILEGES_WARN_HIDVOL">In order to create a hidden volume you need to be logged into an account with administrator privileges.\n\nContinue?</entry>
  393     <entry lang="en" key="ADMIN_PRIVILEGES_WARN_NTFS">Please note that in order to format the volume as NTFS/exFAT/ReFS you need to be logged into an account with administrator privileges.\n\nWithout administrator privileges, you can format the volume as FAT.</entry>
  394     <entry lang="en" key="AES_HELP">FIPS-approved cipher (Rijndael, published in 1998) that may be used by U.S. government departments and agencies to protect classified information up to the Top Secret level. 256-bit key, 128-bit block, 14 rounds (AES-256). Mode of operation is XTS.</entry>
  395     <entry lang="en" key="ALREADY_MOUNTED">Volume is already mounted.</entry>
  396     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_SELF_TESTS_FAILED">CAUTION: At least one encryption or hash algorithm failed the built-in automatic self-tests!\n\nVeraCrypt installation may be corrupted.</entry>
  397     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_NOT_ENOUGH_RANDOM_DATA">CAUTION: There is not enough data in the Random Number Generator pool to provide the requested amount of random data.\n\nYou should not proceed any further. Please select 'Report a Bug' from the Help menu, and report this error.</entry>
  398     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_HARDWARE_ERROR">The drive is damaged (there is a physical defect on it) or a cable is damaged, or the memory is malfunctioning.\n\nPlease note that this is a problem with your hardware, not with VeraCrypt. Therefore, please do NOT report this as a bug/problem in VeraCrypt and please do NOT ask for help with this in the VeraCrypt Forums. Please contact your computer vendor's technical support team for assistance. Thank you.\n\nNote: If the error occurs repeatedly at the same place, it is very likely caused by a bad disk block, which should be possible to correct using third-party software (note that, in many cases, the 'chkdsk /r' command cannot correct it because it works only at the filesystem level; in some cases, the 'chkdsk' tool cannot even detect it).</entry>
  399     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_NOT_READY_ERROR">If you are accessing a drive for removable media, please make sure that a medium is inserted in the drive. The drive/medium may also be damaged (there may be a physical defect on it) or a cable may be damaged/disconnected.</entry>
  400     <entry lang="en" key="WHOLE_DRIVE_ENCRYPTION_PREVENTED_BY_DRIVERS">Your system appears to be using custom chipset drivers containing a bug that prevents encryption of the whole system drive.\n\nPlease try updating or uninstalling any custom (non-Microsoft) chipset drivers before proceeding. If it does not help, try encrypting the system partition only.</entry>
  401     <entry lang="en" key="BAD_DRIVE_LETTER">Invalid drive letter.</entry>
  402     <entry lang="en" key="INVALID_PATH">Invalid path.</entry>
  403     <entry lang="en" key="CANCEL">Cancel</entry>
  404     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_CALC_SPACE">Cannot access device. Make sure the selected device exists and is not used by system.</entry>
  405     <entry lang="en" key="CAPSLOCK_ON">Warning: Caps Lock is on. This may cause you to enter your password incorrectly.</entry>
  406     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_TYPE_TITLE">Volume Type</entry>
  407     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOLUME_TYPE_HELP">It may happen that you are forced by somebody to reveal the password to an encrypted volume. There are many situations where you cannot refuse to reveal the password (for example, due to extortion). Using a so-called hidden volume allows you to solve such situations without revealing the password to your volume.</entry>
  408     <entry lang="en" key="NORMAL_VOLUME_TYPE_HELP">Select this option if you want to create a normal VeraCrypt volume.</entry>
  409     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_PRECLUDES_SINGLE_KEY_WDE">Please note that if you wish an operating system to be installed in a hidden partition-hosted volume, then the entire system drive cannot be encrypted using a single key.</entry>
  410     <entry lang="en" key="CIPHER_HIDVOL_HOST_TITLE">Outer Volume Encryption Options</entry>
  411     <entry lang="en" key="CIPHER_HIDVOL_TITLE">Hidden Volume Encryption Options</entry>
  412     <entry lang="en" key="CIPHER_TITLE">Encryption Options</entry>
  413     <entry lang="en" key="CLEAN_WINMRU_FAILED">WARNING: Failed to clear the path of the last selected volume/keyfile (remembered by file selector)!</entry>
  414     <entry lang="en" key="COMPRESSION_NOT_SUPPORTED">Error: The container has been compressed at the filesystem level. VeraCrypt does not support compressed containers (note that compression of encrypted data is ineffective and redundant).\n\nPlease disable compression for the container by following these steps:\n1) Right-click the container in Windows Explorer (not in VeraCrypt).\n2) Select 'Properties'.\n3) In the 'Properties' dialog box, click 'Advanced'.\n4) In the 'Advanced Attributes' dialog box, disable the option 'Compress contents to save disk space' and click 'OK'.\n5) In the 'Properties' dialog box, click 'OK'.</entry>
  415     <entry lang="en" key="CREATE_FAILED">Failed to create volume %s</entry>
  416     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_FREE_BYTES">Size of %s is %.2f bytes</entry>
  417     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_FREE_KB">Size of %s is %.2f KB</entry>
  418     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_FREE_MB">Size of %s is %.2f MB</entry>
  419     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_FREE_GB">Size of %s is %.2f GB</entry>
  420     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_FREE_TB">Size of %s is %.2f TB</entry>
  421     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_FREE_PB">Size of %s is %.2f PB</entry>
  422     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_IN_USE_FORMAT">WARNING: The device/partition is in use by the operating system or applications. Formatting the device/partition might cause data corruption and system instability.\n\nContinue?</entry>
  423     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_IN_USE_INPLACE_ENC">Warning: The partition is in use by the operating system or applications. You should close any applications that might be using the partition (including antivirus software).\n\nContinue?</entry>
  424     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_CANT_DISMOUNT_FILESYS">Error: The device/partition contains a file system that could not be dismounted. The file system may be in use by the operating system. Formatting the device/partition would very likely cause data corruption and system instability.\n\nTo solve this issue, we recommend that you first delete the partition and then recreate it without formatting. To do so, follow these steps:\n1) Right-click the 'Computer' (or 'My Computer') icon in the 'Start Menu' and select 'Manage'. The 'Computer Management' window should appear.\n2) In the 'Computer Management' window, select 'Storage' > 'Disk Management'.\n3) Right-click the partition you want to encrypt and select either 'Delete Partition', or 'Delete Volume', or 'Delete Logical Drive'.\n4) Click 'Yes'. If Windows asks you to restart the computer, do so. Then repeat the steps 1 and 2 and continue from the step 5.\n5) Right-click the unallocated/free space area and select either 'New Partition', or 'New Simple Volume', or 'New Logical Drive'.\n6) The 'New Partition Wizard' or 'New Simple Volume Wizard' window should appear now; follow its instructions. On the wizard page entitled 'Format Partition', select either 'Do not format this partition' or 'Do not format this volume'. In the same wizard, click 'Next' and then 'Finish'.\n7) Note that the device path you have selected in VeraCrypt may be wrong now. Therefore, exit the VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard (if it is still running) and then start it again.\n8) Try encrypting the device/partition again.\n\nIf VeraCrypt repeatedly fails to encrypt the device/partition, you may want to consider creating a file container instead.</entry>
  425     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_CANT_LOCK_OR_DISMOUNT_FILESYS">Error: The filesystem could not be locked and/or dismounted. It may be in use by the operating system or applications (for example, antivirus software). Encrypting the partition might cause data corruption and system instability.\n\nPlease close any applications that might be using the filesystem (including antivirus software) and try again. If it does not help, please follow the below steps.</entry>
  426     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_IN_USE_INFO">WARNING: Some of the mounted devices/partitions were already in use!\n\nIgnoring this can cause undesired results including system instability.\n\nWe strongly recommend that you close any application that might be using the devices/partitions.</entry>
  427     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_PARTITIONS_ERR">The selected device contains partitions.\n\nFormatting the device might cause system instability and/or data corruption. Please either select a partition on the device, or remove all partitions on the device to enable VeraCrypt to format it safely.</entry>
  428     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_PARTITIONS_ERR_W_INPLACE_ENC_NOTE">The selected non-system device contains partitions.\n\nEncrypted device-hosted VeraCrypt volumes can be created within devices that do not contain any partitions (including hard disks and solid-state drives). A device that contains partitions can be entirely encrypted in place (using a single master key) only if it is the drive where Windows is installed and from which it boots.\n\nIf you want to encrypt the selected non-system device using a single master key, you will need to remove all partitions on the device first to enable VeraCrypt to format it safely (formatting a device that contains partitions might cause system instability and/or data corruption). Alternatively, you can encrypt each partition on the drive individually (each partition will be encrypted using a different master key).\n\nNote: If you want to remove all partitions from a GPT disk, you may need to convert it to a MBR disk (using e.g. the Computer Management tool) in order to remove hidden partitions.</entry>
  429     <entry lang="en" key="WHOLE_NONSYS_DEVICE_ENC_CONFIRM">Warning: If you encrypt the entire device (as opposed to encrypting only a partition on it), operating systems will consider the device as new, empty, and unformatted (as it will contain no partition table) and may spontaneously initialize the device (or ask you if you want to do so), which may damage the volume. Furthermore, it will not be possible to consistently mount the volume as favorite (e.g. when the drive number changes) or to assign a favorite-volume label to it.\n\nTo avoid that you may want to consider creating a partition on the device and encrypting the partition instead.\n\nAre you sure want to encrypt the entire device?</entry>
  430     <entry lang="en" key="AFTER_FORMAT_DRIVE_LETTER_WARN">IMPORTANT: Please keep in mind that this volume can NOT be mounted/accessed using the drive letter %c:, which is currently assigned to it!\n\nTo mount this volume, click 'Auto-Mount Devices' in the main VeraCrypt window (alternatively, in the main VeraCrypt window, click 'Select Device', then select this partition/device, and click 'Mount'). The volume will be mounted to a different drive letter, which you select from the list in the main VeraCrypt window.\n\nThe original drive letter %c: should be used only in case you need to remove encryption from the partition/device (e.g., if you no longer need encryption). In such a case, right-click the drive letter %c: in the 'Computer' (or 'My Computer') list and select 'Format'. Otherwise, the drive letter %c: should never be used (unless you remove it, as described e.g. in the VeraCrypt FAQ, and assign it to another partition/device).</entry>
  431     <entry lang="en" key="OS_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC">In-place encryption of non-system volumes is not supported on the version of the operating system you are currently using (it is supported only on Windows Vista and later versions of Windows).\n\nThe reason is that this version of Windows does not support shrinking of a filesystem (the filesystem needs to be shrunk to make space for the volume header and backup header).</entry>
  432     <entry lang="en" key="ONLY_NTFS_SUPPORTED_FOR_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC">The selected partition does not appear to contain an NTFS filesystem. Only partitions that contain an NTFS filesystem can be encrypted in place.\n\nNote: The reason is that Windows does not support shrinking of other types of filesystems (the filesystem needs to be shrunk to make space for the volume header and backup header).</entry>
  433     <entry lang="en" key="ONLY_MOUNTED_VOL_SUPPORTED_FOR_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC">The selected partition does not appear to contain an NTFS filesystem. Only partitions that contain an NTFS filesystem can be encrypted in place.\n\nIf you want to create an encrypted VeraCrypt volume within this partition, choose the option "Create encrypted volume and format it" (instead of the option "Encrypt partition in place").</entry>
  434     <entry lang="en" key="PARTITION_TOO_SMALL_FOR_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC">Error: The partition is too small. VeraCrypt cannot encrypt it in place.</entry>
  435     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_ALTERNATIVE_STEPS">To encrypt the data on this partition, please follow these steps:\n\n1) Create a VeraCrypt volume on an empty partition/device and then mount it.\n\n2) Copy all files from the partition that you originally wanted to encrypt to the mounted VeraCrypt volume (that has been created and mounted in step 1). That way, you will create a VeraCrypt-encrypted backup of the data.\n\n3) Create a VeraCrypt volume on the partition that you originally wanted to encrypt and make sure that (in the VeraCrypt wizard) you choose the option "Create encrypted volume and format it" (instead of the option "Encrypt partition in place"). Note that all data stored on the partition will be erased. After the volume is created, mount it.\n\n4) Copy all files from the mounted backup VeraCrypt volume (created and mounted in step 1) to the mounted VeraCrypt volume that has been created (and mounted) in step 3.\n\nAfter you complete these steps, the data will be encrypted and, in addition, there will be an encrypted backup of the data.</entry>
  436     <entry lang="en" key="RAW_DEV_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_INPLACE_ENC">VeraCrypt can in-place encrypt only a partition, a dynamic volume, or an entire system drive.\n\nIf you want to create an encrypted VeraCrypt volume within the selected non-system device, choose the option "Create encrypted volume and format it" (instead of the option "Encrypt partition in place").</entry>
  437     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_INVALID_PATH">Error: VeraCrypt can in-place encrypt only a partition, a dynamic volume, or an entire system drive. Please make sure the specified path is valid.</entry>
  438     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_RESIZE_FILESYS">Error: Cannot shrink the filesystem (the filesystem needs to be shrunk to make space for the volume header and backup header).\n\nPossible causes and solutions:\n\n- Not enough free space on the volume. Please make sure no other application is writing to the filesystem.\n\n- Corrupted file system. Try to check it and fix any errors (right-click the corresponding drive letter in the 'Computer' list, then select Properties > Tools > 'Check Now', make sure the option 'Automatically fix file system errors' is enabled and click Start).\n\nIf the above steps do not help, please follow the below steps.</entry>
  439     <entry lang="en" key="NOT_ENOUGH_FREE_FILESYS_SPACE_FOR_SHRINK">Error: There is not enough free space on the volume and so the filesystem cannot be shrunk (the filesystem needs to be shrunk to make space for the volume header and backup header).\n\nPlease delete any redundant files and empty the Recycle Bin so as to free at least 256 KB of space and then try again. Note that due to a Windows issue, the amount of free space reported by the Windows Explorer may be incorrect until the operating system is restarted. If restarting the system does not help, the file system may be corrupted. Try to check it and fix any errors (right-click the corresponding drive letter in the 'Computer' list, then select Properties > Tools > 'Check Now', make sure the option 'Automatically fix file system errors' is enabled and click Start).\n\nIf the above steps do not help, please follow the below steps.</entry>
  440     <entry lang="en" key="DISK_FREE_BYTES">Free space on drive %s is %.2f bytes.</entry>
  441     <entry lang="en" key="DISK_FREE_KB">Free space on drive %s is %.2f KB</entry>
  442     <entry lang="en" key="DISK_FREE_MB">Free space on drive %s is %.2f MB</entry>
  443     <entry lang="en" key="DISK_FREE_GB">Free space on drive %s is %.2f GB</entry>
  444     <entry lang="en" key="DISK_FREE_TB">Free space on drive %s is %.2f TB</entry>
  445     <entry lang="en" key="DISK_FREE_PB">Free space on drive %s is %.2f PB</entry>
  446     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVELETTERS">Could not get available drive letters.</entry>
  447     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVER_NOT_FOUND">Error: VeraCrypt driver not found.\n\nPlease copy the files 'veracrypt.sys' and 'veracrypt-x64.sys' to the directory where the main VeraCrypt application (VeraCrypt.exe) is located.</entry>
  448     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVER_VERSION">Error: An incompatible version of the VeraCrypt driver is currently running.\n\nIf you are trying to run VeraCrypt in portable mode (i.e. without installing it) and a different version of VeraCrypt is already installed, you must uninstall it first (or upgrade it using the VeraCrypt installer). To uninstall it, follow these steps: On Windows Vista or later, select 'Start Menu' > Computer > 'Uninstall or change a program' > VeraCrypt > Uninstall; on Windows XP, select 'Start Menu' > Settings > 'Control Panel' > 'Add Or Remove Programs' > VeraCrypt > Remove.\n\nSimilarly, if you are trying to run VeraCrypt in portable mode (i.e. without installing it) and a different version of VeraCrypt is already running in portable mode, you must restart the system first and then run only this new version.</entry>
  449     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_CIPHER_INIT_FAILURE">Error: Cipher initialization failure.</entry>
  450     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_CIPHER_INIT_WEAK_KEY">Error: A weak or a potentially weak key has been detected. The key will be discarded. Please try again.</entry>
  451     <entry lang="en" key="EXCEPTION_REPORT">A critical error has occurred and VeraCrypt must be terminated. If this is caused by a bug in VeraCrypt, we would like to fix it. To help us, you can send us an automatically generated error report containing the following items:\n\n- Program version\n- Operating system version\n- Type of CPU\n- VeraCrypt component name\n- Checksum of VeraCrypt executable\n- Symbolic name of dialog window\n- Error category\n- Error address\n- VeraCrypt call stack\n\nIf you select 'Yes', the following URL (which contains the entire error report) will be opened in your default Internet browser.\n\n%hs\n\nDo you want to send us the above error report?</entry>
  452     <entry lang="en" key="EXCEPTION_REPORT_EXT">A critical error has occurred in your system, which requires VeraCrypt to be terminated.\n\nNote that this error has not been caused by VeraCrypt (so the VeraCrypt developers cannot fix it). Please, check your system for possible problems (e.g., system configuration, network connection, failing hardware components).</entry>
  453     <entry lang="en" key="EXCEPTION_REPORT_EXT_FILESEL">A critical error has occurred in your system, which requires VeraCrypt to be terminated.\n\nIf this problem persists, you may want to try disabling or uninstalling applications that could potentially be causing this issue, such as antivirus or Internet security software, system "enhancers", "optimizers" or "tweakers", etc. If it does not help, you may want to try reinstalling your operating system (this problem may also be caused by malware).</entry>
  454     <entry lang="en" key="EXCEPTION_REPORT_TITLE">VeraCrypt Critical Error</entry>
  455     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_CRASHED_ASK_REPORT">VeraCrypt detected that the operating system recently crashed. There are many potential reasons why the system could have crashed (for example, a failing hardware component, a bug in a device driver, etc.)\n\nDo you want VeraCrypt to check whether a bug in VeraCrypt could have caused the system crash?</entry>
  456     <entry lang="en" key="ASK_KEEP_DETECTING_SYSTEM_CRASH">Do you want VeraCrypt to continue detecting system crashes?</entry>
  457     <entry lang="en" key="NO_MINIDUMP_FOUND">VeraCrypt found no system crash minidump file.</entry>
  458     <entry lang="en" key="ASK_DELETE_KERNEL_CRASH_DUMP">Do you want to delete the Windows crash dump file to free up disk space?</entry>
  459     <entry lang="en" key="ASK_DEBUGGER_INSTALL">In order to analyze the system crash, VeraCrypt needs to install Microsoft Debugging Tools for Windows first.\n\nAfter you click OK, the Windows installer will download the Microsoft Debugging Tools installation package (16 MB) from a Microsoft server and install it (the Windows installer will be forwarded to the Microsoft server URL from the veracrypt.org server, which ensures that this feature works even if Microsoft changes the location of the installation package).</entry>
  460     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_CRASH_ANALYSIS_INFO">After you click OK, VeraCrypt will analyze the system crash. This may take up to several minutes.</entry>
  461     <entry lang="en" key="DEBUGGER_NOT_FOUND">Please make sure the environment variable 'PATH' includes the path to 'kd.exe' (Kernel Debugger).</entry>
  462     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_CRASH_NO_VERACRYPT">It appears that VeraCrypt most likely did not cause the system crash. There are many potential reasons why the system could have crashed (for example, a failing hardware component, a bug in a device driver, etc.)</entry>
  463     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_CRASH_UPDATE_DRIVER">Results of the analysis indicate that updating the following driver might solve this issue: </entry>
  464     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_CRASH_REPORT">To help us determine whether there is a bug in VeraCrypt, you can send us an automatically generated error report containing the following items:\n- Program version\n- Operating system version\n- Type of CPU\n- Error category\n- Driver name and version\n- System call stack\n\nIf you select 'Yes', the following URL (which contains the entire error report) will be opened in your default Internet browser.</entry>
  465     <entry lang="en" key="ASK_SEND_ERROR_REPORT">Do you want to send us the above error report?</entry>
  466     <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPT">&amp;Encrypt</entry>
  467     <entry lang="en" key="DECRYPT">&amp;Decrypt</entry>
  468     <entry lang="en" key="PERMANENTLY_DECRYPT">&amp;Permanently Decrypt</entry>
  469     <entry lang="en" key="EXIT">Exit</entry>
  470     <entry lang="en" key="EXT_PARTITION">Please create a logical drive for this extended partition, and then try again.</entry>
  471     <entry lang="en" key="FILE_HELP">A VeraCrypt volume can reside in a file (called VeraCrypt container), which can reside on a hard disk, on a USB flash drive, etc. A VeraCrypt container is just like any normal file (it can be, for example, moved or deleted as any normal file). Click 'Select File' to choose a filename for the container and to select the location where you wish the container to be created.\n\nWARNING: If you select an existing file, VeraCrypt will NOT encrypt it; the file will be deleted and replaced with the newly created VeraCrypt container. You will be able to encrypt existing files (later on) by moving them to the VeraCrypt container that you are about to create now.</entry>
  472     <entry lang="en" key="FILE_HELP_HIDDEN_HOST_VOL">Select the location of the outer volume to be created (within this volume the hidden volume will be created later on).\n\nA VeraCrypt volume can reside in a file (called VeraCrypt container), which can reside on a hard disk, on a USB flash drive, etc. A VeraCrypt container can be moved or deleted as any normal file. Click 'Select File' to choose a filename for the container and to select the location where you wish the container to be created. If you select an existing file, VeraCrypt will NOT encrypt it; it will be deleted and replaced with the newly created container. You will be able to encrypt existing files (later on) by moving them to the VeraCrypt container you are about to create now.</entry>
  473     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_HELP">Encrypted device-hosted VeraCrypt volumes can be created within partitions on hard disks, solid-state drives, USB memory sticks, and on any other supported storage devices. Partitions can also be encrypted in place.\n\nIn addition, encrypted device-hosted VeraCrypt volumes can be created within devices that do not contain any partitions (including hard disks and solid-state drives).\n\nNote: A device that contains partitions can be entirely encrypted in place (using a single key) only if it is the drive where Windows is installed and from which it boots.</entry>
  474     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_HELP_NO_INPLACE">A device-hosted VeraCrypt volume can be created within a hard disk partition, solid-state drive, USB memory stick, and other storage devices.\n\nWARNING: Note that the partition/device will be formatted and all data currently stored on it will be lost.</entry>
  475     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_HELP_HIDDEN_HOST_VOL">\nSelect the location of the outer volume to be created (within this volume the hidden volume will be created later on).\n\nOuter volumes can be created within partitions on hard disks, solid-state drives, USB memory sticks, and on any other supported storage devices. Outer volumes can also be created within devices that do not contain any partitions (including hard disks and solid-state drives).\n\nWARNING: Note that the partition/device will be formatted and all data currently stored on it will be lost.</entry>
  476     <entry lang="en" key="FILE_HELP_HIDDEN_HOST_VOL_DIRECT">\nSelect the location of the VeraCrypt volume within which you wish to create a hidden volume.</entry>
  477     <entry lang="en" key="FILE_IN_USE">WARNING: The host file/device is already in use!\n\nIgnoring this can cause undesired results including system instability. All applications that might be using the host file/device (for example, antivirus or backup applications) should be closed before mounting the volume.\n\nContinue mounting?</entry>
  478     <entry lang="en" key="FILE_IN_USE_FAILED">Error: Cannot mount volume. The host file/device is already in use. Attempt to mount without exclusive access failed as well.</entry>
  479     <entry lang="en" key="FILE_OPEN_FAILED">The file could not be opened.</entry>
  480     <entry lang="en" key="FILE_TITLE">Volume Location</entry>
  481     <entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_TITLE">Large Files</entry>
  482     <entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_HELP_QUESTION">Do you intend to store files larger than 4 GB in this VeraCrypt volume?</entry>
  483     <entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_HELP_EXPLANATION">Depending on your choice above, VeraCrypt will choose a suitable default file system for the VeraCrypt volume (you will be able to select a file system in the next step).</entry>
  484     <entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_HELP_EXPLANATION_HIDVOL">As you are creating an outer volume, you should consider choosing 'No'. If you choose 'Yes', the default filesystem will be NTFS, which is not as suitable for outer volumes as FAT/exFAT (for example, the maximum possible size of the hidden volume will be significantly greater if the outer volume is formatted as FAT/exFAT). Normally, FAT is the default for both hidden and normal volumes (so FAT volumes are not suspicious). However, if the user indicates intent to store files larger than 4 GB (which the FAT file system does not allow), then FAT is not the default.</entry>
  485     <entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_HELP_EXPLANATION_HIDVOL_CONFIRM">Are you sure you want to choose 'Yes'?</entry>
  486     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_TRANSFORM_MODE_PAGE_TITLE">Volume Creation Mode</entry>
  487     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_TRANSFORM_MODE_PAGE_FORMAT_HELP">This is the fastest way to create a partition-hosted or device-hosted VeraCrypt volume (in-place encryption, which is the other option, is slower because content of each sector has to be first read, encrypted, and then written). Any data currently stored on the selected partition/device will be lost (the data will NOT be encrypted; it will be overwritten with random data). If you want to encrypt existing data on a partition, choose the other option.</entry>
  488     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_TRANSFORM_MODE_PAGE_INPLACE_HELP">The entire selected partition and all data stored on it will be encrypted in place. If the partition is empty, you should choose the other option (the volume will be created much faster).</entry>
  489     <entry lang="en" key="NOTE_BEGINNING">Note: </entry>
  490     <entry lang="en" key="RESUME">&amp;Resume</entry>
  491     <entry lang="en" key="DEFER">&amp;Defer</entry>
  492     <entry lang="en" key="START">&amp;Start</entry>
  493     <entry lang="en" key="CONTINUE">&amp;Continue</entry>
  494     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT">&amp;Format</entry>
  495     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE">&amp;Wipe</entry>
  496     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_ABORT">Abort format?</entry>
  497     <entry lang="en" key="SHOW_MORE_INFORMATION">Show more information</entry>
  498     <entry lang="en" key="DO_NOT_SHOW_THIS_AGAIN">Do not show this again</entry>
  499     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_FINISHED">The content of the partition/device has been successfully erased.</entry>
  500     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_FINISHED_DECOY_SYSTEM_PARTITION">The content of the partition where the original system (of which the hidden system is a clone) resided has been successfully erased.</entry>
  501     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_VERSION_WARNING">Please make sure the version of Windows you are going to install (on the wiped partition) is the same as the version of Windows you are currently running. This is required due to the fact that both systems will share a common boot partition.</entry>
  502     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_FINISHED">The system partition/drive has been successfully encrypted.\n\nNote: If there are non-system VeraCrypt volumes that you need to have mounted automatically every time Windows starts, you can set it up by mounting each of them and selecting 'Favorites' > 'Add Mounted Volume to System Favorites').</entry>
  503     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_DECRYPTION_FINISHED">The system partition/drive has been successfully decrypted.</entry>
  504     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_FINISHED_HELP">\n\nThe VeraCrypt volume has been created and is ready for use. If you wish to create another VeraCrypt volume, click Next. Otherwise, click Exit.</entry>
  505     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_HIDDEN_VOL_FORMAT_FINISHED_HELP">\n\nThe hidden VeraCrypt volume has been successfully created (the hidden operating system will reside within this hidden volume).\n\nClick Next to continue.</entry>
  506     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_FINISHED_TITLE">Volume Fully Encrypted</entry>
  507     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DEC_FINISHED_TITLE">Volume Fully Decrypted</entry>
  508     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_FINISHED_INFO">IMPORTANT: TO MOUNT THIS NEWLY CREATED VERACRYPT VOLUME AND TO ACCESS DATA STORED IN IT, CLICK 'Auto-Mount Devices' IN THE MAIN VERACRYPT WINDOW. After you enter the correct password (and/or supply correct keyfiles), the volume will be mounted to the drive letter you select from the list in the main VeraCrypt window (and you will be able to access the encrypted data via the selected drive letter).\n\nPLEASE REMEMBER OR WRITE DOWN THE ABOVE STEPS. YOU MUST FOLLOW THEM WHENEVER YOU WANT TO MOUNT THE VOLUME AND ACCESS DATA STORED IN IT. Alternatively, in the main VeraCrypt window, click 'Select Device', then select this partition/volume, and click 'Mount'.\n\nThe partition/volume has been successfully encrypted (it contains a fully encrypted VeraCrypt volume now) and is ready for use.</entry>
  509     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DEC_FINISHED_INFO">The VeraCrypt volume has been successfully decrypted.</entry>
  510     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DEC_FINISHED_DRIVE_LETTER_SEL_INFO">The VeraCrypt volume has been successfully decrypted.\n\nPlease select a drive letter that you wish to assign to the decrypted volume and then click Finish.\n\nIMPORTANT: Until a drive letter is assigned to the decrypted volume, you will not be able to access data stored on the volume.</entry>
  511     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DEC_FINISHED_NO_DRIVE_LETTER_AVAILABLE">Warning: To be able to access the decrypted data, a drive letter needs to be assigned to the decrypted volume. However, no drive letter is currently available.\n\nPlease vacate a drive letter (for example, by disconnecting a USB flash drive or external hard drive, etc.) and then click OK.</entry>
  512     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_FINISHED_INFO">The VeraCrypt volume has been successfully created.</entry>
  513     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_FINISHED_TITLE">Volume Created</entry>
  514     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_HELP">IMPORTANT: Move your mouse as randomly as possible within this window. The longer you move it, the better. This significantly increases the cryptographic strength of the encryption keys. Then click Format to create the volume.</entry>
  515     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_HIDVOL_HOST_HELP">Click Format to create the outer volume. For more information, please refer to the documentation.</entry>
  516     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_HIDVOL_HOST_TITLE">Outer Volume Format</entry>
  517     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_HIDVOL_TITLE">Hidden Volume Format</entry>
  518     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_TITLE">Volume Format</entry>
  519     <entry lang="en" key="HELP_READER_ERROR">Adobe Reader (or a compatible tool) is necessary to view or print the VeraCrypt User's Guide. Adobe Reader (freeware) can be downloaded at: www.adobe.com\n\nDo you want to view the online documentation instead?</entry>
  520     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_WIZARD_MODE_NORMAL_HELP">If you select this option, the wizard will first help you create a normal VeraCrypt volume and then a hidden VeraCrypt volume within it. Inexperienced users should always select this option.</entry>
  521     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_WIZARD_MODE_DIRECT_HELP">If you select this option, you will create a hidden volume within an existing VeraCrypt volume. It will be assumed that you have already created a VeraCrypt volume that is suitable to host the hidden volume.</entry>
  522     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_WIZARD_MODE_TITLE">Volume Creation Mode</entry>
  523     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_FORMAT_FINISHED_TITLE">Hidden Volume Created</entry>
  524     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_FORMAT_FINISHED_HELP">The hidden VeraCrypt volume has been successfully created and is ready for use. If all the instructions have been followed and if the precautions and requirements listed in the section "Security Requirements and Precautions Pertaining to Hidden Volumes" in the VeraCrypt User's Guide are followed, it should be impossible to prove that the hidden volume exists, even when the outer volume is mounted.\n\nWARNING: IF YOU DO NOT PROTECT THE HIDDEN VOLUME (FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO DO SO, REFER TO THE SECTION "PROTECTION OF HIDDEN VOLUMES AGAINST DAMAGE" IN THE VERACRYPT USER'S GUIDE), DO NOT WRITE TO THE OUTER VOLUME. OTHERWISE, YOU MAY OVERWRITE AND DAMAGE THE HIDDEN VOLUME!</entry>
  525     <entry lang="en" key="FIRST_HIDDEN_OS_BOOT_INFO">You have started the hidden operating system. As you may have noticed, the hidden operating system appears to be installed on the same partition as the original operating system. However, in reality, it is installed within the partition behind it (in the hidden volume). All read and write operations are being transparently redirected from the original system partition to the hidden volume.\n\nNeither the operating system nor applications will know that data written to and read from the system partition are actually written to and read from the partition behind it (from/to a hidden volume). Any such data is encrypted and decrypted on the fly as usual (with an encryption key different from the one that will be used for the decoy operating system).\n\n\nPlease click Next to continue.</entry>
  526     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_HOST_FILLING_HELP_SYSENC">The outer volume has been created and mounted as drive %hc:. To this outer volume you should now copy some sensitive-looking files that you actually do NOT want to hide. They will be there for anyone forcing you to disclose the password for the first partition behind the system partition, where both the outer volume and the hidden volume (containing the hidden operating system) will reside. You will be able to reveal the password for this outer volume, and the existence of the hidden volume (and of the hidden operating system) will remain secret.\n\nIMPORTANT: The files you copy to the outer volume should not occupy more than %s. Otherwise, there may not be enough free space on the outer volume for the hidden volume (and you will not be able to continue). After you finish copying, click Next (do not dismount the volume).</entry>
  527     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_HOST_FILLING_HELP">Outer volume has been successfully created and mounted as drive %hc:. To this volume you should now copy some sensitive-looking files that you actually do NOT want to hide. The files will be there for anyone forcing you to disclose your password. You will reveal only the password for this outer volume, not for the hidden one. The files that you really care about will be stored in the hidden volume, which will be created later on. When you finish copying, click Next. Do not dismount the volume.\n\nNote: After you click Next, cluster bitmap of the outer volume will be scanned to determine the size of uninterrupted area of free space whose end is aligned with the end of the volume. This area will accommodate the hidden volume, so it will limit its maximum possible size. Cluster bitmap scanning ensures that no data on the outer volume are overwritten by the hidden volume.</entry>
  528     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_HOST_FILLING_TITLE">Outer Volume Contents</entry>
  529     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_HOST_PRE_CIPHER_HELP">\n\nIn the next steps, you will set the options for the outer volume (within which the hidden volume will be created later on).</entry>
  530     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_HOST_PRE_CIPHER_HELP_SYSENC">\n\nIn the next steps, you will create a so-called outer VeraCrypt volume within the first partition behind the system partition (as was explained in one of the previous steps).</entry>
  531     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_HOST_PRE_CIPHER_TITLE">Outer Volume</entry>
  532     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_PRE_CIPHER_HELP">In the following steps, you will set the options and password for the hidden volume, which will contain the hidden operating system.\n\nRemark: The cluster bitmap of the outer volume has been scanned in order to determine the size of uninterrupted area of free space whose end is aligned with the end of the outer volume. This area will accommodate the hidden volume, so it limits its maximum possible size. The maximum possible size of the hidden volume has been determined and confirmed to be greater than the size of the system partition (which is required, because the entire content of the system partition will need to be copied to the hidden volume). This ensures that no data currently stored on the outer volume will be overwritten by data written to the area of the hidden volume.</entry>
  533     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_PRE_CIPHER_WARNING">IMPORTANT: Please remember the algorithms that you select in this step. You will have to select the same algorithms for the decoy system. Otherwise, the hidden system will be inaccessible! (The decoy system must be encrypted with the same encryption algorithm as the hidden system.)\n\nNote: The reason is that the decoy system and the hidden system will share a single boot loader, which supports only a single algorithm, selected by the user (for each algorithm, there is a special version of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader).</entry>
  534     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_PRE_CIPHER_HELP">\n\nThe volume cluster bitmap has been scanned and the maximum possible size of the hidden volume has been determined. In the next steps you will set the options, the size, and the password for the hidden volume.</entry>
  535     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_PRE_CIPHER_TITLE">Hidden Volume</entry>
  536     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_PROT_WARN_AFTER_MOUNT">The hidden volume is now protected against damage until the outer volume is dismounted.\n\nWARNING: If any data is attempted to be saved to the hidden volume area, VeraCrypt will start write-protecting the entire volume (both the outer and the hidden part) until it is dismounted. This may cause filesystem corruption on the outer volume, which (if repeated) might adversely affect plausible deniability of the hidden volume. Therefore, you should make every effort to avoid writing to the hidden volume area. Any data being saved to the hidden volume area will not be saved and will be lost. Windows may report this as a write error ("Delayed Write Failed" or "The parameter is incorrect").</entry>
  537     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_PROT_WARN_AFTER_MOUNT_PLURAL">Each of the hidden volumes within the newly mounted volumes is now protected against damage until dismounted.\n\nWARNING: If any data is attempted to be saved to protected hidden volume area of any of these volumes, VeraCrypt will start write-protecting the entire volume (both the outer and the hidden part) until it is dismounted. This may cause filesystem corruption on the outer volume, which (if repeated) might adversely affect plausible deniability of the hidden volume. Therefore, you should make every effort to avoid writing to the hidden volume area. Any data being saved to protected hidden volume areas will not be saved and will be lost. Windows may report this as a write error ("Delayed Write Failed" or "The parameter is incorrect").</entry>
  538     <entry lang="en" key="DAMAGE_TO_HIDDEN_VOLUME_PREVENTED">WARNING: Data were attempted to be saved to the hidden volume area of the volume mounted as %c:! VeraCrypt prevented these data from being saved in order to protect the hidden volume. This may have caused filesystem corruption on the outer volume and Windows may have reported a write error ("Delayed Write Failed" or "The parameter is incorrect"). The entire volume (both the outer and the hidden part) will be write-protected until it is dismounted. If this is not the first time VeraCrypt has prevented data from being saved to the hidden volume area of this volume, plausible deniability of this hidden volume might be adversely affected (due to possible unusual correlated inconsistencies within the outer volume file system). Therefore, you should consider creating a new VeraCrypt volume (with Quick Format disabled) and moving files from this volume to the new volume; this volume should be securely erased (both the outer and the hidden part). We strongly recommend that you restart the operating system now.</entry>
  539     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_SATISFY_OVER_4G_FILE_SIZE_REQ">You have indicated intent to store files larger than 4 GB on the volume. This requires the volume to be formatted as NTFS/exFAT/ReFS, which, however, will not be possible.</entry>
  540     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_CREATE_NON_HIDDEN_NTFS_VOLUMES_UNDER_HIDDEN_OS">Please note that when a hidden operating system is running, non-hidden VeraCrypt volumes cannot be formatted as NTFS/exFAT/ReFS. The reason is that the volume would need to be temporarily mounted without write protection in order to allow the operating system to format it as NTFS (whereas formatting as FAT is performed by VeraCrypt, not by the operating system, and without mounting the volume). For further technical details, see below. You can create a non-hidden NTFS/exFAT/ReFS volume from within the decoy operating system.</entry>
  541     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_CREATION_UNDER_HIDDEN_OS_HOWTO">For security reasons, when a hidden operating system is running, hidden volumes can be created only in the 'direct' mode (because outer volumes must always be mounted as read-only). To create a hidden volume securely, follow these steps:\n\n1) Boot the decoy system.\n\n2) Create a normal VeraCrypt volume and, to this volume, copy some sensitive-looking files that you actually do NOT want to hide (the volume will become the outer volume).\n\n3) Boot the hidden system and start the VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard. If the volume is file-hosted, move it to the system partition or to another hidden volume (otherwise, the newly created hidden volume would be mounted as read-only and could not be formatted). Follow the instructions in the wizard so as to select the 'direct' hidden volume creation mode.\n\n4) In the wizard, select the volume you created in step 2 and then follow the instructions to create a hidden volume within it.</entry>
  542     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_WRITE_PROTECTION_BRIEF_INFO">For security reasons, when a hidden operating system is running, local unencrypted filesystems and non-hidden VeraCrypt volumes are mounted as read-only (no data can be written to such filesystems or VeraCrypt volumes).\n\nData is allowed to be written to any filesystem that resides within a hidden VeraCrypt volume (provided that the hidden volume is not located in a container stored on an unencrypted filesystem or on any other read-only filesystem).</entry>
  543     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_WRITE_PROTECTION_EXPLANATION">There are three main reasons why such countermeasures have been implemented:\n\n- It enables the creation of a secure platform for mounting of hidden VeraCrypt volumes. Note that we officially recommend that hidden volumes are mounted only when a hidden operating system is running. (For more information, see the subsection 'Security Requirements and Precautions Pertaining to Hidden Volumes' in the documentation.)\n\n- In some cases, it is possible to determine that, at a certain time, a particular filesystem was not mounted under (or that a particular file on the filesystem was not saved or accessed from within) a particular instance of an operating system (e.g. by analyzing and comparing filesystem journals, file timestamps, application logs, error logs, etc). This might indicate that a hidden operating system is installed on the computer. The countermeasures prevent these issues.\n\n- It prevents data corruption and allows safe hibernation. When Windows resumes from hibernation, it assumes that all mounted filesystems are in the same state as when the system entered hibernation. VeraCrypt ensures this by write-protecting any filesystem accessible both from within the decoy and hidden systems. Without such protection, the filesystem could become corrupted when mounted by one system while the other system is hibernated.</entry>
  544     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_TO_HIDDEN_OS_DATA_TRANSFER_HOWTO">Note: If you need to securely transfer files from the decoy system to the hidden system, follow these steps:\n1) Start the decoy system.\n2) Save the files to an unencrypted volume or to an outer/normal VeraCrypt volume.\n3) Start the hidden system.\n4) If you saved the files to a VeraCrypt volume, mount it (it will be automatically mounted as read-only).\n5) Copy the files to the hidden system partition or to another hidden volume.</entry>
  545     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_RESTART">Your computer must be restarted.\n\nDo you want to restart it now?</entry>
  546     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_GETTING_SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_STATUS">An error occurred when obtaining the system encryption status.</entry>
  547     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_PASSWORD_MISSING">No password specified in the command line. The volume can't be created.</entry>
  548     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_SIZE_MISSING">No volume size specified in the command line. The volume can't be created.</entry>
  549     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_NTFS_INVALID_VOLUME_SIZE">The volume file size specified in the command line is incompatible with selected NTFS filesystem.</entry>
  550     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_FAT_INVALID_VOLUME_SIZE">The volume file size specified in the command line is incompatible with selected FAT32 filesystem.</entry>
  551     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_DYNAMIC_NOT_SUPPORTED">The filesystem on the target drive doesn't support creating sparse files which is required for dynamic volumes.</entry>
  552     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_DEVICE_CLI_CREATE_NOT_SUPPORTED">Only container files can be created through the command line.</entry>
  553     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_CONTAINER_SIZE_TOO_BIG">The container file size specified in the command line is greater than the available disk free space. Volume can't be created.</entry>
  554     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_VOLUME_SIZE_TOO_SMALL">The volume size specified in the command line is too small. The volume can't be created.</entry>
  555     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_VOLUME_SIZE_TOO_BIG">The volume size specified in the command line is too big. The volume can't be created.</entry>
  556     <entry lang="en" key="INIT_SYS_ENC">Cannot initialize application components for system encryption.</entry>
  557     <entry lang="en" key="INIT_RAND">Failed to initialize the random number generator!\n\n\n(If you report a bug in connection with this, please include the following technical information in the bug report:\n%hs, Last Error = 0x%.8X)</entry>
  558     <entry lang="en" key="CAPI_RAND">Windows Crypto API failed!\n\n\n(If you report a bug in connection with this, please include the following technical information in the bug report:\n%hs, Last Error = 0x%.8X)</entry>
  559     <entry lang="en" key="INIT_REGISTER">Unable to initialize the application. Failed to register the Dialog class.</entry>
  560     <entry lang="en" key="INIT_RICHEDIT">Error: Failed to load the Rich Edit system library.</entry>
  561     <entry lang="en" key="INTRO_TITLE">VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard</entry>
  562     <entry lang="en" key="MAX_HIDVOL_SIZE_BYTES">Maximum possible hidden volume size for this volume is %.2f bytes.</entry>
  563     <entry lang="en" key="MAX_HIDVOL_SIZE_KB">Maximum possible hidden volume size for this volume is %.2f KB.</entry>
  564     <entry lang="en" key="MAX_HIDVOL_SIZE_MB">Maximum possible hidden volume size for this volume is %.2f MB.</entry>
  565     <entry lang="en" key="MAX_HIDVOL_SIZE_GB">Maximum possible hidden volume size for this volume is %.2f GB.</entry>
  566     <entry lang="en" key="MAX_HIDVOL_SIZE_TB">Maximum possible hidden volume size for this volume is %.2f TB.</entry>
  567     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNTED_NOPWCHANGE">Volume password/keyfiles cannot be changed while the volume is mounted. Please dismount the volume first.</entry>
  568     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNTED_NO_PKCS5_PRF_CHANGE">The header key derivation algorithm cannot be changed while the volume is mounted. Please dismount the volume first.</entry>
  569     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNT_BUTTON">&amp;Mount</entry>
  570     <entry lang="en" key="NEW_VERSION_REQUIRED">A newer version of VeraCrypt is required to mount this volume.</entry>
  571     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_CREATION_WIZARD_NOT_FOUND">Error: Volume Creation Wizard not found.\n\nPlease make sure that the file 'VeraCrypt Format.exe' is in the folder from which 'VeraCrypt.exe' was launched. If it is not, please reinstall VeraCrypt, or locate 'VeraCrypt Format.exe' on your disk and run it.</entry>
  572     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_EXPANDER_NOT_FOUND">Error: Volume Expander not found.\n\nPlease make sure that the file 'VeraCryptExpander.exe' is in the folder from which 'VeraCrypt.exe' was launched. If it is not, please reinstall VeraCrypt, or locate 'VeraCryptExpander.exe' on your disk and run it.</entry>
  573     <entry lang="en" key="NEXT">&amp;Next &gt;</entry>
  574     <entry lang="en" key="FINALIZE">&amp;Finish</entry>
  575     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALL">&amp;Install</entry>
  576     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACT">E&amp;xtract</entry>
  577     <entry lang="en" key="NODRIVER">Unable to connect to the VeraCrypt device driver. VeraCrypt cannot work if the device driver is not running.\n\nPlease note that, due to a Windows issue, it may be necessary to log off or restart the system before the device driver can be loaded.</entry>
  578     <entry lang="en" key="NOFONT">Error occurred when loading/preparing fonts.</entry>
  579     <entry lang="en" key="NOT_FOUND">The drive letter was not found or no drive letter was specified.</entry>
  580     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_CANNOT_ASSIGN_DRIVE_LETTER_NONSYS_DEC">Error: Cannot assign drive letter.\n\nUntil a drive letter is assigned to the decrypted volume, you will not be able to access data stored on the volume.\n\nRetry?</entry>
  581     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVE_LETTER_UNAVAILABLE">Drive letter not available.</entry>
  582     <entry lang="en" key="NO_FILE_SELECTED">No file selected!</entry>
  583     <entry lang="en" key="NO_FREE_DRIVES">No drive letters available.</entry>
  584     <entry lang="en" key="NO_FREE_DRIVE_FOR_OUTER_VOL">No free drive letter for the outer volume! Volume creation cannot continue.</entry>
  585     <entry lang="en" key="NO_OS_VER">Could not determine your operating system version or you are using an unsupported operating system.</entry>
  586     <entry lang="en" key="NO_PATH_SELECTED">No path selected!</entry>
  587     <entry lang="en" key="NO_SPACE_FOR_HIDDEN_VOL">Not enough free space for the hidden volume! Volume creation cannot continue.</entry>
  588     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOLUME_TOO_SMALL_FOR_OS_CLONE">Error: The files you copied to the outer volume occupy too much space. Therefore, there is not enough free space on the outer volume for the hidden volume.\n\nNote that the hidden volume must be as large as the system partition (the partition where the currently running operating system is installed). The reason is that the hidden operating system needs to be created by copying the content of the system partition to the hidden volume.\n\n\nThe process of creation of the hidden operating system cannot continue.</entry>
  589     <entry lang="en" key="OPENFILES_DRIVER">The driver is unable to dismount the volume. Some files located on the volume are probably still open.</entry>
  590     <entry lang="en" key="OPENFILES_LOCK">Unable to lock the volume. There are still open files on the volume. Therefore, it cannot be dismounted.</entry>
  591     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_LOCK_FAILED_OFFER_FORCED_DISMOUNT">VeraCrypt cannot lock the volume because it is in use by the system or applications (there may be open files on the volume).\n\nDo you want to force dismount on the volume?</entry>
  592     <entry lang="en" key="OPEN_VOL_TITLE">Select a VeraCrypt Volume</entry>
  593     <entry lang="en" key="OPEN_TITLE">Specify Path and File Name</entry>
  594     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_PKCS11_MODULE">Select PKCS #11 Library</entry>
  595     <entry lang="en" key="OUTOFMEMORY">Out of Memory</entry>
  596     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_DEVICE_FOR_ADVANCED_ONLY">IMPORTANT: We strongly recommend that inexperienced users create a VeraCrypt file container on the selected device/partition, instead of attempting to encrypt the entire device/partition.\n\nWhen you create a VeraCrypt file container (as opposed to encrypting a device or partition) there is, for example, no risk of destroying a large number of files. Note that a VeraCrypt file container (even though it contains a virtual encrypted disk) is actually just like any normal file. For more information, see the chapter Beginner's Tutorial in the VeraCrypt User Guide.\n\nAre you sure you want to encrypt the entire device/partition?</entry>
  597     <entry lang="en" key="OVERWRITEPROMPT">WARNING: The file '%s' already exists!\n\nIMPORTANT: VERACRYPT WILL NOT ENCRYPT THE FILE, BUT IT WILL DELETE IT. Are you sure you want to delete the file and replace it with a new VeraCrypt container?</entry>
  598     <entry lang="en" key="OVERWRITEPROMPT_DEVICE">CAUTION: ALL FILES CURRENTLY STORED ON THE SELECTED %s '%s'%s WILL BE ERASED AND LOST (THEY WILL NOT BE ENCRYPTED)!\n\nAre you sure you want to proceed with format?</entry>
  599     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_CONFIRM">WARNING: You will not be able to mount the volume or access any files stored on it until it has been fully encrypted.\n\nAre you sure you want to start encrypting the selected %s '%s'%s?</entry>
  600     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DEC_CONFIRM">WARNING: You will not be able to mount the volume or access any files stored on it until it has been fully decrypted.\n\nAre you sure you want to start decrypting the selected %s '%s'%s?</entry>
  601     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_CONFIRM_BACKUP">WARNING: Please note that if power supply is suddenly interrupted while encrypting/decrypting existing data in place, or when the operating system crashes due to a software error or hardware malfunction while VeraCrypt is encrypting/decrypting existing data in place, portions of the data will be corrupted or lost. Therefore, before you start encrypting/decrypting, please make sure that you have backup copies of the files you want to encrypt/decrypt.\n\nDo you have such a backup?</entry>
  602     <entry lang="en" key="OVERWRITEPROMPT_DEVICE_HIDDEN_OS_PARTITION">CAUTION: ANY FILES CURRENTLY STORED ON THE PARTITION '%s'%s (I.E. ON THE FIRST PARTITION BEHIND THE SYSTEM PARTITION) WILL BE ERASED AND LOST (THEY WILL NOT BE ENCRYPTED)!\n\nAre you sure you want to proceed with format?</entry>
  603     <entry lang="en" key="OVERWRITEPROMPT_DEVICE_SECOND_WARNING_LOTS_OF_DATA">WARNING: THE SELECTED PARTITION CONTAINS A LARGE AMOUNT OF DATA! Any files stored on the partition will be erased and lost (they will NOT be encrypted)!</entry>
  604     <entry lang="en" key="ERASE_FILES_BY_CREATING_VOLUME">Erase any files stored on the partition by creating a VeraCrypt volume within it</entry>
  605     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD">Password</entry>
  606     <entry lang="en" key="PIM">PIM</entry>
  607     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_PCDM_CHANGE_PKCS5_PRF">Set Header Key Derivation Algorithm</entry>
  608     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_PCDM_ADD_REMOVE_VOL_KEYFILES">Add/Remove Keyfiles to/from Volume</entry>
  609     <entry lang="en" key="IDD_PCDM_REMOVE_ALL_KEYFILES_FROM_VOL">Remove All Keyfiles from Volume</entry>
  610     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_CHANGED">Password, PIM and/or keyfile(s) successfully changed.\n\nIMPORTANT: Please make sure you have read the section 'Changing Passwords and Keyfiles' in the chapter 'Security Requirements and Precautions' in the VeraCrypt User Guide.</entry>
  611     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_PIM_CHANGED">This volume is registered as a System Favorite and its PIM was changed.\nDo you want VeraCrypt to automatically update the System Favorite configuration (administrator privileges required)?\n\nPlease note that if you answer no, you'll have to update the System Favorite manually.</entry>
  612     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_PASSWORD_CHANGED_ASK_RESCUE_DISK">IMPORTANT: If you did not destroy your VeraCrypt Rescue Disk, your system partition/drive can still be decrypted using the old password (by booting the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk and entering the old password). You should create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk and then destroy the old one.\n\nDo you want to create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk?</entry>
  613     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_HKD_ALGO_CHANGED_ASK_RESCUE_DISK">Note that your VeraCrypt Rescue Disk still uses the previous algorithm. If you consider the previous algorithm insecure, you should create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk and then destroy the old one.\n\nDo you want to create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk?</entry>
  614     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILES_NOTE">Any kind of file (for example, .mp3, .jpg, .zip, .avi) may be used as a VeraCrypt keyfile. Note that VeraCrypt never modifies the keyfile contents. You can select more than one keyfile (the order does not matter). If you add a folder, all non-hidden files found in it will be used as keyfiles. Click 'Add Token Files' to select keyfiles stored on security tokens or smart cards (or to import keyfiles to security tokens or smart cards).</entry>
  615     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_CHANGED">Keyfile(s) successfully added/removed.</entry>
  616     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_EXPORTED">Keyfile exported.</entry>
  617     <entry lang="en" key="PKCS5_PRF_CHANGED">Header key derivation algorithm successfully set.</entry>
  618     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_RESUME_PASSWORD_PAGE_HELP">Please enter the password and/or keyfile(s) for the non-system volume where you want to resume the process of in-place encryption/decryption.\n\nRemark: After you click Next, VeraCrypt will attempt to find all non-system volumes where the process of encryption/decryption has been interrupted and where the VeraCrypt volume header can be deciphered using the supplied password and/or keyfile(s). If more than one such volume is found, you will need to select one of them in the next step.</entry>
  619     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_RESUME_VOL_SELECT_HELP">Please select one of the listed volumes. The list contains each accessible non-system volume where the process of encryption/decryption has been interrupted and where the volume header was successfully deciphered using the supplied password and/or keyfile(s).</entry>
  620     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DEC_PASSWORD_PAGE_HELP">Please enter the password and/or keyfile(s) for the non-system VeraCrypt volume that you want to decrypt.</entry>
  621     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HELP">It is very important that you choose a good password. You should avoid choosing one that contains only a single word that can be found in a dictionary (or a combination of 2, 3, or 4 such words). It should not contain any names or dates of birth. It should not be easy to guess. A good password is a random combination of upper and lower case letters, numbers, and special characters, such as @ ^ = $ * + etc. We recommend choosing a password consisting of 20 or more characters (the longer, the better). The maximum possible length is 64 characters.</entry>
  622     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDDENVOL_HELP">Please choose a password for the hidden volume. </entry>
  623     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDDEN_OS_HELP">Please choose a password for the hidden operating system (i.e. for the hidden volume). </entry>
  624     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDDEN_OS_NOTE">IMPORTANT: The password that you choose for the hidden operating system in this step must be substantially different from the other two passwords (i.e. from the password for the outer volume and from the password for the decoy operating system).</entry>
  625     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDDENVOL_HOST_DIRECT_HELP">Please enter the password for the volume within which you wish to create a hidden volume.\n\nAfter you click Next, VeraCrypt will attempt to mount the volume. As soon as the volume is mounted, its cluster bitmap will be scanned to determine the size of the uninterrupted area of free space (if there is any) whose end is aligned with the end of the volume. This area will accommodate the hidden volume and therefore will limit its maximum possible size. Cluster map scanning is necessary to ensure that no data on the outer volume will be overwritten by the hidden volume.</entry>
  626     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDDENVOL_HOST_HELP">\nPlease choose a password for the outer volume. This will be the password that you will be able to reveal to an adversary if you are asked or forced to do so.\n\nIMPORTANT: The password must be substantially different from the one you will choose for the hidden volume.\n\nNote: The maximum possible password length is 64 characters.</entry>
  627     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_SYSENC_OUTERVOL_HELP">Please choose a password for the outer volume. This will be the password you will be able to reveal to anyone forcing you to disclose the password for the first partition behind the system partition, where both the outer volume and the hidden volume (containing the hidden operating system) will reside. The existence of the hidden volume (and of the hidden operating system) will remain secret. Note that this password is not for the decoy operating system.\n\nIMPORTANT: The password must be substantially different from the one you will choose for the hidden volume (i.e. for the hidden operating system).</entry>
  628     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDVOL_HOST_TITLE">Outer Volume Password</entry>
  629     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDVOL_TITLE">Hidden Volume Password</entry>
  630     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDDEN_OS_TITLE">Password for Hidden Operating System</entry>
  631     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_LENGTH_WARNING">WARNING: Short passwords are easy to crack using brute force techniques!\n\nWe recommend choosing a password consisting of 20 or more characters. Are you sure you want to use a short password?</entry>
  632     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_TITLE">Volume Password</entry>
  633     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_WRONG">Operation failed due to one or more of the following:\n - Incorrect password.\n - Incorrect Volume PIM number.\n - Incorrect PRF (hash).\n - Not a valid volume.</entry>
  634     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_OR_KEYFILE_WRONG">Operation failed due to one or more of the following:\n - Incorrect keyfile(s).\n - Incorrect password.\n - Incorrect Volume PIM number.\n - Incorrect PRF (hash).\n - Not a valid volume.</entry>
  635     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_OR_MODE_WRONG">Operation failed due to one or more of the following:\n - Wrong mount mode.\n - Incorrect password.\n - Incorrect Volume PIM number.\n - Incorrect PRF (hash).\n - Not a valid volume.</entry>
  636     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_OR_KEYFILE_OR_MODE_WRONG">Operation failed due to one or more of the following:\n - Wrong mount mode.\n - Incorrect keyfile(s).\n - Incorrect password.\n - Incorrect Volume PIM number.\n - Incorrect PRF (hash).\n - Not a valid volume.</entry>
  637     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_WRONG_AUTOMOUNT">Auto-mount failed due to one or more of the following:\n - Incorrect password.\n - Incorrect Volume PIM number.\n - Incorrect PRF (hash).\n - No valid volume found.</entry>
  638     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_OR_KEYFILE_WRONG_AUTOMOUNT">Auto-mount failed due to one or more of the following:\n - Incorrect keyfile(s).\n - Incorrect password.\n - Incorrect Volume PIM number.\n - Incorrect PRF (hash).\n - No valid volume found.</entry>
  639     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_WRONG_CAPSLOCK_ON">\n\nWarning: Caps Lock is on. This may cause you to enter your password incorrectly.</entry>
  640     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_CHANGE_WARNING">Remember Number to Mount Volume</entry>
  641     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_HIDVOL_HOST_TITLE">Outer Volume PIM</entry>
  642     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_HIDVOL_TITLE">Hidden Volume PIM</entry>
  643     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_HIDDEN_OS_TITLE">PIM for Hidden Operating System</entry>
  644     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_HELP">PIM (Personal Iterations Multiplier) is a value that controls the number of iterations used by the header key derivation as follows:\n      Iterations = 15000 + (PIM x 1000).\n\nWhen left empty or set to 0, VeraCrypt will use a default value (485) that ensures a high security.\n\nWhen the password is less than 20 characters, PIM can't be smaller than 485 in order to maintain a minimal security level.\nWhen the password is 20 characters or more, PIM can be set to any value.\n\nA PIM value larger than 485 will lead to slower mount. A small PIM value (less than 485) will lead to a quicker mount but it can reduce security if the password is not strong enough.</entry>
  645     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_SYSENC_HELP">PIM (Personal Iterations Multiplier) is a value that controls the number of iterations used by the header key derivation as follows:\n      Iterations = PIM x 2048.\n\nWhen left empty or set to 0, VeraCrypt will use a default value that ensures a high security.\n\nWhen the password is less than 20 characters, PIM can't be smaller than 98 in order to maintain a minimal security level.\nWhen the password is 20 characters or more, PIM can be set to any value.\n\nA PIM value larger than 98 will lead to slower boot. A small PIM value (less than 98) will lead to a quicker boot but it can reduce security if the password is not strong enough.</entry>
  646     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_SYSENC_CHANGE_WARNING">Remember Number to Boot System</entry>
  647     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_LARGE_WARNING">You have chosen a PIM value that is larger than VeraCrypt default value.\nPlease note that this will lead to much slower mount/boot.</entry>
  648     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_SMALL_WARNING">You have chosen a Personal Iterations Multiplier (PIM) that is smaller than the default VeraCrypt value. Please note that if your password is not strong enough, this could lead to a weaker security.\n\nDo you confirm that you are using a strong password?</entry>
  649     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_SYSENC_TOO_BIG">Personal Iterations Multiplier (PIM) maximum value for system encryption is 65535.</entry>
  650     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_TITLE">Volume PIM</entry>
  651     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_FILES_PRESENT_IN_KEYFILE_PATH">\n\nWARNING: Hidden file(s) have been found in a keyfile search path. Such hidden files cannot be used as keyfiles. If you need to use them as keyfiles, remove their 'Hidden' attribute (right-click each of them, select 'Properties', uncheck 'Hidden' and click OK). Note: Hidden files are visible only if the corresponding option is enabled (Computer > Organize > 'Folder and search options' > View).</entry>
  652     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_PROT_PASSWORD_US_KEYB_LAYOUT">If you are attempting to protect a hidden volume containing a hidden system, please make sure you are using the standard US keyboard layout when typing the password for the hidden volume. This is required due to the fact that the password needs to be typed in the pre-boot environment (before Windows starts) where non-US Windows keyboard layouts are not available.</entry>
  653     <entry lang="en" key="FOUND_NO_PARTITION_W_DEFERRED_INPLACE_ENC">VeraCrypt has not found any volume where the process of encryption/decryption of a non-system volume has been interrupted and where the volume header can be deciphered using the supplied password and/or keyfile(s).\n\nPlease make sure the password and/or keyfile(s) are correct and that the partition/volume is not being used by the system or applications (including antivirus software).</entry>
  654     <entry lang="en" key="SELECTED_PARTITION_ALREADY_INPLACE_ENC">The selected partition/device is already fully encrypted.\nHeader Flags = 0x%.8X</entry>
  655     <entry lang="en" key="SELECTED_PARTITION_NOT_INPLACE_ENC">The selected partition/device is not using in-place encryption.\nHeader Flags = 0x%.8X</entry>
  656     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MOUNT_WITHOUT_PBA_NOTE">\n\nNote: If you are attempting to mount a partition located on an encrypted system drive without pre-boot authentication or to mount the encrypted system partition of an operating system that is not running, you can do so by selecting 'System' > 'Mount Without Pre-Boot Authentication'.</entry>
  657     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNT_WITHOUT_PBA_VOL_ON_ACTIVE_SYSENC_DRIVE">In this mode, you cannot mount a partition located on a drive whose portion is within the key scope of active system encryption.\n\nBefore you can mount this partition in this mode, you need to either boot an operating system installed on a different drive (encrypted or unencrypted) or boot an unencrypted operating system.</entry>
  658     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_DECRYPT_PARTITION_ON_ENTIRELY_ENCRYPTED_SYS_DRIVE">VeraCrypt cannot decrypt an individual partition on an entirely encrypted system drive (you can decrypt only the entire system drive).</entry>
  659     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_DECRYPT_PARTITION_ON_ENTIRELY_ENCRYPTED_SYS_DRIVE_UNSURE">Warning: As the drive contains the VeraCrypt Boot Loader, it may be an entirely encrypted system drive. If it is, please note that VeraCrypt cannot decrypt an individual partition on an entirely encrypted system drive (you can decrypt only the entire system drive). If that is the case, you will be able to continue now but you will receive the 'Incorrect password' error message later.</entry>
  660     <entry lang="en" key="PREV">&lt; &amp;Back</entry>
  661     <entry lang="en" key="RAWDEVICES">Unable to list raw devices installed on your system!</entry>
  662     <entry lang="en" key="READONLYPROMPT">The volume '%s' exists, and is read-only. Are you sure you want to replace it?</entry>
  663     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_DEST_DIR">Select destination directory</entry>
  664     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_KEYFILE">Select Keyfile</entry>
  665     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_KEYFILE_PATH">Select a keyfile search path. WARNING: Note that only the path will be remembered, not the filenames!</entry>
  666     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_KEYFILE_GENERATION_DIRECTORY">Select a directory where to store the keyfiles.</entry>
  667     <entry lang="en" key="SELECTED_KEYFILE_IS_CONTAINER_FILE">The current container file was selected as a keyfile. It will be skipped.</entry>
  668     <entry lang="en" key="SERPENT_HELP">Designed by Ross Anderson, Eli Biham, and Lars Knudsen. Published in 1998. 256-bit key, 128-bit block. Mode of operation is XTS. Serpent was one of the AES finalists.</entry>
  669     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_HELP">Please specify the size of the container you want to create.\n\nIf you create a dynamic (sparse-file) container, this parameter will specify its maximum possible size.\n\nNote that the minimum possible size of a FAT volume is 292 KB. The minimum possible size of an exFAT volume is 424 KB. The minimum possible size of an NTFS volume is 3792 KB. The minimum possible size of an ReFS volume is 642 MB.</entry>
  670     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_HELP_HIDDEN_HOST_VOL">Please specify the size of the outer volume to be created (you will first create the outer volume and then a hidden volume within it). The minimum possible size of a volume within which a hidden volume is intended to be created is 340 KB.</entry>
  671     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_HELP_HIDDEN_VOL">Please specify the size of the hidden volume to create. The minimum possible size of a hidden volume is 40 KB (or 3664 KB if it is formatted as NTFS). The maximum possible size you can specify for the hidden volume is displayed above.</entry>
  672     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_HIDVOL_HOST_TITLE">Outer Volume Size</entry>
  673     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_HIDVOL_TITLE">Hidden Volume Size</entry>
  674     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_PARTITION_HELP">Please verify that the size of the selected device/partition shown above is correct and click Next.</entry>
  675     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_PARTITION_HIDDEN_SYSENC_HELP">The outer volume and the hidden volume (containing the hidden operating system) will reside within the above partition. It should be the first partition behind the system partition.\n\nPlease verify that the size of the partition and its number shown above are correct, and if they are, click Next.</entry>
  676     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_PARTITION_HIDDEN_VOL_HELP">\n\nNote that the minimum possible size of a volume within which a hidden volume is intended to be created is 340 KB.</entry>
  677     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_TITLE">Volume Size</entry>
  678     <entry lang="en" key="SPARSE_FILE">Dynamic</entry>
  679     <entry lang="en" key="TESTS_FAILED">CAUTION: SELF-TEST FAILED!</entry>
  680     <entry lang="en" key="TESTS_PASSED">Self-tests of all algorithms passed</entry>
  681     <entry lang="en" key="TEST_INCORRECT_TEST_DATA_UNIT_SIZE">The data unit number that you supplied is too long or short.</entry>
  682     <entry lang="en" key="TEST_INCORRECT_SECONDARY_KEY_SIZE">The secondary key that you supplied is too long or short.</entry>
  683     <entry lang="en" key="TEST_CIPHERTEXT_SIZE">The test ciphertext you have supplied is too long or short.</entry>
  684     <entry lang="en" key="TEST_KEY_SIZE">The test key you have supplied is too long or short.</entry>
  685     <entry lang="en" key="TEST_PLAINTEXT_SIZE">The test plaintext you have supplied is too long or short.</entry>
  686     <entry lang="en" key="TWO_LAYER_CASCADE_HELP">Two ciphers in a cascade operating in XTS mode. Each block is first encrypted with %s (%d-bit key) and then with %s (%d-bit key). Each cipher uses its own key. All keys are mutually independent.</entry>
  687     <entry lang="en" key="THREE_LAYER_CASCADE_HELP">Three ciphers in a cascade operating in XTS mode. Each block is first encrypted with %s (%d-bit key), then with %s (%d-bit key), and finally with %s (%d-bit key). Each cipher uses its own key. All keys are mutually independent.</entry>
  688     <entry lang="en" key="AUTORUN_MAY_NOT_ALWAYS_WORK">Note that, depending on the operating system configuration, these auto-run and auto-mount features may work only when the traveler disk files are created on a non-writable CD/DVD-like medium. Also note that this is not a bug in VeraCrypt (it is a limitation of Windows).</entry>
  689     <entry lang="en" key="TRAVELER_DISK_CREATED">VeraCrypt traveler disk has been successfully created.\n\nNote that you need administrator privileges to run VeraCrypt in portable mode. Also note that, after examining the registry file, it may be possible to tell that VeraCrypt was run on a Windows system even if it is run in portable mode.</entry>
  690     <entry lang="en" key="TC_TRAVELER_DISK">VeraCrypt Traveler Disk</entry>
  691     <entry lang="en" key="TWOFISH_HELP">Designed by Bruce Schneier, John Kelsey, Doug Whiting, David Wagner, Chris Hall, and Niels Ferguson. Published in 1998. 256-bit key, 128-bit block. Mode of operation is XTS. Twofish was one of the AES finalists.</entry>
  692     <entry lang="en" key="MORE_INFO_ABOUT">More information on %s</entry>
  693     <entry lang="en" key="UNKNOWN">Unknown</entry>
  694     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_UNKNOWN">An unspecified or unknown error occurred (%d).</entry>
  695     <entry lang="en" key="UNMOUNTALL_LOCK_FAILED">Some volumes contain files or folders being used by applications or system.\n\nForce dismount?</entry>
  696     <entry lang="en" key="UNMOUNT_BUTTON">&amp;Dismount</entry>
  697     <entry lang="en" key="UNMOUNT_FAILED">Dismount failed!</entry>
  698     <entry lang="en" key="UNMOUNT_LOCK_FAILED">Volume contains files or folders being used by applications or system.\n\nForce dismount?</entry>
  699     <entry lang="en" key="NO_VOLUME_MOUNTED_TO_DRIVE">No volume is mounted to the specified drive letter.</entry>
  700     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_ALREADY_MOUNTED">The volume you are trying to mount is already mounted. </entry>
  701     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_MOUNT_FAILED">An error occurred when attempting to mount volume.</entry>
  702     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_SEEKING">Error seeking location within volume.</entry>
  703     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_SIZE_WRONG">Error: Incorrect volume size.</entry>
  704     <entry lang="en" key="WARN_QUICK_FORMAT">WARNING: You should use Quick Format only in the following cases:\n\n1) The device contains no sensitive data and you do not need plausible deniability.\n2) The device has already been securely and fully encrypted.\n\nAre you sure you want to use Quick Format?</entry>
  705     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_SPARSE_FILE">Dynamic container is a pre-allocated NTFS sparse file whose physical size (actual disk space used) grows as new data is added to it.\n\nWARNING: Performance of sparse-file-hosted volumes is significantly worse than performance of regular volumes. Sparse-file-hosted volumes are also less secure, because it is possible to tell which volume sectors are unused. Furthermore, sparse-file-hosted volumes cannot provide plausible deniability (host a hidden volume). Also note that if data is written to a sparse file container when there is not enough free space in the host file system, the encrypted file system may get corrupted.\n\nAre you sure you want to create a sparse-file-hosted volume?</entry>
  706     <entry lang="en" key="SPARSE_FILE_SIZE_NOTE">Note that the size of the dynamic container reported by Windows and by VeraCrypt will always be equal to its maximum size. To find out current physical size of the container (actual disk space it uses), right-click the container file (in a Windows Explorer window, not in VeraCrypt), then select 'Properties' and see the 'Size on disk' value.\n\nAlso note that if you move a dynamic container to another volume or drive, the physical size of the container will be extended to the maximum. (You can prevent that by creating a new dynamic container in the destination location, mounting it and then moving the files from the old container to the new one.)</entry>
  707     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_CACHE_WIPED_SHORT">Password cache wiped</entry>
  708     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_CACHE_WIPED">Passwords (and/or processed keyfile contents) stored in the VeraCrypt driver cache have been wiped.</entry>
  709     <entry lang="en" key="WRONG_VOL_TYPE">VeraCrypt cannot change the password for a foreign volume.</entry>
  710     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_FREE_DRIVE">Please select a free drive letter from the list.</entry>
  711     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_A_MOUNTED_VOLUME">Please select a mounted volume in the drive letter list.</entry>
  712     <entry lang="en" key="AMBIGUOUS_VOL_SELECTION">Warning: Two different volumes/devices are currently selected (the first is selected in the drive letter list and the second is selected in the input field below the drive letter list).\n\nPlease confirm your choice:</entry>
  713     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_CREATE_AUTORUN">Error: Cannot create autorun.inf</entry>
  714     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_PROCESS_KEYFILE">Error while processing keyfile!</entry>
  715     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_PROCESS_KEYFILE_PATH">Error processing keyfile path!</entry>
  716     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_KEYFILE_PATH_EMPTY">The keyfile path contains no files.\n\nPlease note that folders (and files they contain) found in keyfile search paths are ignored.</entry>
  717     <entry lang="en" key="UNSUPPORTED_OS">VeraCrypt does not support this operating system.</entry>
  718     <entry lang="en" key="UNSUPPORTED_BETA_OS">Error: VeraCrypt supports only stable versions of this operating system (beta/RC versions are not supported).</entry>
  719     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_MEM_ALLOC">Error: Cannot allocate memory.</entry>
  720     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_PERF_COUNTER">Error: Could not retrieve value of performance counter.</entry>
  721     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_VOL_FORMAT_BAD">Error: Bad volume format.</entry>
  722     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_HIDDEN_NOT_NORMAL_VOLUME">Error: You supplied a password for a hidden volume (not for a normal volume).</entry>
  723     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_HIDDEN_VOL_HOST_ENCRYPTED_INPLACE">For security reasons, a hidden volume cannot be created within a VeraCrypt volume containing a filesystem that has been encrypted in place (because the free space on the volume has not been filled with random data).</entry>
  724     <entry lang="en" key="LEGAL_NOTICES_DLG_TITLE">VeraCrypt - Legal Notices</entry>
  725     <entry lang="en" key="ALL_FILES">All Files</entry>
  726     <entry lang="en" key="TC_VOLUMES">VeraCrypt Volumes</entry>
  727     <entry lang="en" key="DLL_FILES">Library Modules</entry>
  728     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_NTFS_STOP">NTFS/exFAT/ReFS formatting cannot continue.</entry>
  729     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_MOUNT_VOLUME">Cannot mount volume.</entry>
  730     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_DISMOUNT_VOLUME">Cannot dismount volume.</entry>
  731     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_NTFS_FAILED">Windows failed to format the volume as NTFS/exFAT/ReFS.\n\nPlease select a different type of file system (if possible) and try again. Alternatively, you could leave the volume unformatted (select 'None' as the filesystem), exit this wizard, mount the volume, and then use either a system or a third-party tool to format the mounted volume (the volume will remain encrypted).</entry>
  732     <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_NTFS_FAILED_ASK_FAT">Windows failed to format the volume as NTFS/exFAT/ReFS.\n\nDo you want to format the volume as FAT instead?</entry>
  733     <entry lang="en" key="DEFAULT">Default</entry>
  734     <entry lang="en" key="PARTITION_LOWER_CASE">partition</entry>
  735     <entry lang="en" key="PARTITION_UPPER_CASE">PARTITION</entry>
  736     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE">Device</entry>
  737     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_LOWER_CASE">device</entry>
  738     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_UPPER_CASE">DEVICE</entry>
  739     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME">Volume</entry>
  740     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_LOWER_CASE">volume</entry>
  741     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_UPPER_CASE">VOLUME</entry>
  742     <entry lang="en" key="LABEL">Label</entry>
  743     <entry lang="en" key="CLUSTER_TOO_SMALL">The selected cluster size is too small for this volume size. A greater cluster size will be used instead.</entry>
  744     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_GET_VOLSIZE">Error: Cannot get volume size!\n\nMake sure the selected volume is not being used by the system or an application.</entry>
  745     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_HOST_SPARSE">Hidden volumes must not be created within dynamic (sparse file) containers. To achieve plausible deniability, the hidden volume needs to be created within a non-dynamic container.</entry>
  746     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_HOST_UNSUPPORTED_FILESYS">The VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard can create a hidden volume only within a FAT/exFAT or NTFS volume.</entry>
  747     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_HOST_UNSUPPORTED_FILESYS_WIN2000">Under Windows 2000, the VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard can create a hidden volume only within a FAT volume.</entry>
  748     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_HOST_NTFS">Note: The FAT/exFAT file system is more suitable for outer volumes than the NTFS file system (for example, the maximum possible size of the hidden volume would very likely have been significantly greater if the outer volume had been formatted as FAT/exFAT).</entry>
  749     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_HOST_NTFS_ASK">Note that the FAT/exFAT file system is more suitable for outer volumes than the NTFS file system. For example, the maximum possible size of the hidden volume will very likely be significantly greater if the outer volume is formatted as FAT/exFAT (the reason is that the NTFS file system always stores internal data exactly in the middle of the volume and, therefore, the hidden volume can reside only in the second half of the outer volume).\n\nAre you sure you want to format the outer volume as NTFS?</entry>
  750     <entry lang="en" key="OFFER_FAT_FORMAT_ALTERNATIVE">Do you want to format the volume as FAT instead?</entry>
  751     <entry lang="en" key="FAT_NOT_AVAILABLE_FOR_SO_LARGE_VOLUME">Note: This volume cannot be formatted as FAT, because it exceeds the maximum volume size supported by the FAT32 filesystem for the applicable sector size (2 TB for 512-byte sectors and 16 TB for 4096-byte sectors).</entry>
  752     <entry lang="en" key="PARTITION_TOO_SMALL_FOR_HIDDEN_OS">Error: The partition for the hidden operating system (i.e. the first partition behind the system partition) must be at least 5% larger than the system partition (the system partition is the one where the currently running operating system is installed).</entry>
  753     <entry lang="en" key="PARTITION_TOO_SMALL_FOR_HIDDEN_OS_NTFS">Error: The partition for the hidden operating system (i.e. the first partition behind the system partition) must be at least 110% (2.1 times) larger than the system partition (the system partition is the one where the currently running operating system is installed). The reason is that the NTFS file system always stores internal data exactly in the middle of the volume and, therefore, the hidden volume (which is to contain a clone of the system partition) can reside only in the second half of the partition.</entry>
  754     <entry lang="en" key="OUTER_VOLUME_TOO_SMALL_FOR_HIDDEN_OS_NTFS">Error: If the outer volume is formatted as NTFS, it must be at least 110% (2.1 times) larger than the system partition. The reason is that the NTFS file system always stores internal data exactly in the middle of the volume and, therefore, the hidden volume (which is to contain a clone of the system partition) can reside only in the second half of the outer volume.\n\nNote: The outer volume needs to reside within the same partition as the hidden operating system (i.e. within the first partition behind the system partition).</entry>
  755     <entry lang="en" key="NO_PARTITION_FOLLOWS_BOOT_PARTITION">Error: There is no partition behind the system partition.\n\nNote that before you can create a hidden operating system, you need to create a partition for it on the system drive. It must be the first partition behind the system partition and it must be at least 5% larger than the system partition (the system partition is the one where the currently running operating system is installed). However, if the outer volume (not to be confused with the system partition) is formatted as NTFS, the partition for the hidden operating system must be at least 110% (2.1 times) larger than the system partition (the reason is that the NTFS file system always stores internal data exactly in the middle of the volume and, therefore, the hidden volume, which is to contain a clone of the system partition, can reside only in the second half of the partition).</entry>
  756     <entry lang="en" key="TWO_SYSTEMS_IN_ONE_PARTITION_REMARK">Remark: It is not practical (and therefore is not supported) to install operating systems in two VeraCrypt volumes that are embedded within a single partition, because using the outer operating system would often require data to be written to the area of the hidden operating system (and if such write operations were prevented using the hidden volume protection feature, it would inherently cause system crashes, i.e. 'Blue Screen' errors).</entry>
  757     <entry lang="en" key="FOR_MORE_INFO_ON_PARTITIONS">For information on how to create and manage partitions, please refer to the documentation supplied with your operating system or contact your computer vendor's technical support team for assistance.</entry>
  758     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_PARTITION_NOT_ACTIVE">Error: The currently running operating system is not installed on the boot partition (first Active partition). This is not supported.</entry>
  759     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_FAT_FOR_FILES_OVER_4GB">You indicated that you intend to store files larger than 4 GB in this VeraCrypt volume. However, you chose the FAT file system, on which files larger than 4 GB cannot be stored.\n\nAre you sure you want to format the volume as FAT?</entry>
  760     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DECRYPTION_BAD_VOL_FORMAT">Error: VeraCrypt does not support in-place decryption of legacy non-system volumes created by VeraCrypt 1.0b or earlier.\n\nNote: You can still decrypt files stored on the volume by copying/moving them to any unencrypted volume.</entry>
  761     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DECRYPTION_CANT_DECRYPT_HID_VOL">Error: VeraCrypt cannot in-place decrypt a hidden VeraCrypt volume.\n\nNote: You can still decrypt files stored on the volume by copying/moving them to any unencrypted volume.</entry>
  762     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_VOL_CONTAINS_NO_HIDDEN_VOL">Warning: Note that VeraCrypt cannot in-place decrypt a volume that contains a hidden VeraCrypt volume (the hidden volume would be overwritten with pseudorandom data).\n\nPlease confirm that the volume you are about to decrypt contains no hidden volume.\n\nNote: If the volume contains a hidden volume but you do not mind losing the hidden volume, you can select Proceed (the outer volume will be safely decrypted).</entry>
  763     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_CONTAINS_NO_HIDDEN_VOL">The volume does not contain any hidden volume. Proceed.</entry>
  764     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_CONTAINS_A_HIDDEN_VOL">The volume contains a hidden volume. Cancel.</entry>
  765     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_ACCESS_VOL">Error: Cannot access the volume!\n\nMake sure that the selected volume exists, that it is not mounted or being used by the system or an application, that you have read/write permission for the volume, and that it is not write-protected.</entry>
  766     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_GET_VOL_INFO">Error: Cannot obtain volume properties.</entry>
  767     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_CANT_ACCESS_OR_GET_INFO_ON_VOL">Error: Cannot access the volume and/or obtain information about the volume.\n\nMake sure that the selected volume exists, that it is not being used by the system or applications, that you have read/write permission for the volume, and that it is not write-protected.</entry>
  768     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_CANT_ACCESS_OR_GET_INFO_ON_VOL_ALT">Error: Cannot access the volume and/or obtain information about the volume. Make sure that the selected volume exists, that it is not being used by the system or applications, that you have read/write permission for the volume, and that it is not write-protected.\n\nIf the problem persists, it might help to follow the below steps.</entry>
  769     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_GENERIC_ERR_ALT_STEPS">An error prevented VeraCrypt from encrypting the partition. Please try fixing any previously reported problems and then try again. If the problems persist, it might help to follow the below steps.</entry>
  770     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_GENERIC_ERR_RESUME">An error prevented VeraCrypt from resuming the process of encryption/decryption of the partition/volume.\n\nPlease try fixing any previously reported problems and then try resuming the process again if possible. Note that the volume cannot be mounted until it has been fully encrypted or fully decrypted.</entry>
  771     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_DEC_GENERIC_ERR">An error prevented VeraCrypt from decrypting the volume. Please try fixing any previously reported problems and then try again if possible.</entry>
  772     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_DISMOUNT_OUTER_VOL">Error: Cannot dismount the outer volume!\n\nVolume cannot be dismounted if it contains files or folders being used by a program or the system.\n\nPlease close any program that might be using files or directories on the volume and click Retry.</entry>
  773     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_GET_OUTER_VOL_INFO">Error: Cannot obtain information about the outer volume!\nVolume creation cannot continue.</entry>
  774     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_ACCESS_OUTER_VOL">Error: Cannot access the outer volume! Volume creation cannot continue.</entry>
  775     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_MOUNT_OUTER_VOL">Error: Cannot mount the outer volume! Volume creation cannot continue.</entry>
  776     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_GET_CLUSTER_BITMAP">Error: Cannot get volume cluster bitmap! Volume creation cannot continue.</entry>
  777     <entry lang="en" key="ALPHABETICAL_CATEGORIZED">Alphabetical/Categorized</entry>
  778     <entry lang="en" key="MEAN_SPEED">Mean Speed (Descending)</entry>
  779     <entry lang="en" key="ALGORITHM">Algorithm</entry>
  780     <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPTION">Encryption</entry>
  781     <entry lang="en" key="DECRYPTION">Decryption</entry>
  782     <entry lang="en" key="MEAN">Mean</entry>
  783     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVE">Drive</entry>
  784     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE">Size</entry>
  785     <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPTION_ALGORITHM">Encryption Algorithm</entry>
  786     <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPTION_ALGORITHM_LV">Encryption Algorithm</entry>
  787     <entry lang="en" key="TYPE">Type</entry>
  788     <entry lang="en" key="VALUE">Value</entry>
  789     <entry lang="en" key="PROPERTY">Property</entry>
  790     <entry lang="en" key="LOCATION">Location</entry>
  791     <entry lang="en" key="BYTES">bytes</entry>
  792     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN">Hidden</entry>
  793     <entry lang="en" key="OUTER">Outer</entry>
  794     <entry lang="en" key="NORMAL">Normal</entry>
  795     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_VOLUME_TYPE_ADJECTIVE">System</entry>
  796     <entry lang="en" key="TYPE_HIDDEN_SYSTEM_ADJECTIVE">Hidden (system)</entry>
  797     <entry lang="en" key="READ_ONLY">Read-Only</entry>
  798     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_DRIVE">System drive</entry>
  799     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_DRIVE_ENCRYPTING">System drive (encrypting - %.2f%% done)</entry>
  800     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_DRIVE_DECRYPTING">System drive (decrypting - %.2f%% done)</entry>
  801     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_DRIVE_PARTIALLY_ENCRYPTED">System drive (%.2f%% encrypted)</entry>
  802     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_PARTITION">System partition</entry>
  803     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_SYSTEM_PARTITION">Hidden system partition</entry>
  804     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_PARTITION_ENCRYPTING">System partition (encrypting - %.2f%% done)</entry>
  805     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_PARTITION_DECRYPTING">System partition (decrypting - %.2f%% done)</entry>
  806     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_PARTITION_PARTIALLY_ENCRYPTED">System partition (%.2f%% encrypted)</entry>
  807     <entry lang="en" key="HID_VOL_DAMAGE_PREVENTED">Yes (damage prevented!)</entry>
  808     <entry lang="en" key="NONE">None</entry>
  809     <entry lang="en" key="KEY_SIZE">Primary Key Size</entry>
  810     <entry lang="en" key="SECONDARY_KEY_SIZE_XTS">Secondary Key Size (XTS Mode)</entry>
  811     <entry lang="en" key="SECONDARY_KEY_SIZE_LRW">Tweak Key Size (LRW Mode)</entry>
  812     <entry lang="en" key="BITS">bits</entry>
  813     <entry lang="en" key="BLOCK_SIZE">Block Size</entry>
  814     <entry lang="en" key="PKCS5_PRF">PKCS-5 PRF</entry>
  815     <entry lang="en" key="PKCS5_ITERATIONS">PKCS-5 Iteration Count</entry>
  816     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_CREATE_DATE">Volume Created</entry>
  817     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_HEADER_DATE">Header Last Modified</entry>
  818     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_HEADER_DAYS"> (%I64d days ago)</entry>
  819     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_FORMAT_VERSION">Volume Format Version</entry>
  820     <entry lang="en" key="BACKUP_HEADER">Embedded Backup Header</entry>
  821     <entry lang="en" key="VC_BOOT_LOADER_VERSION">VeraCrypt Boot Loader Version</entry>
  822     <entry lang="en" key="FIRST_AVAILABLE">First available</entry>
  823     <entry lang="en" key="REMOVABLE_DISK">Removable Disk</entry>
  824     <entry lang="en" key="HARDDISK">Harddisk</entry>
  825     <entry lang="en" key="UNCHANGED">Unchanged</entry>
  826     <entry lang="en" key="AUTODETECTION">Autodetection</entry>
  827     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_MODE_TITLE">Wizard Mode</entry>
  828     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_MODE_INFO">Select one of the modes. If you are not sure which to select, use the default mode.</entry>
  829     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_MODE_HELP_INSTALL">Select this option if you want to install VeraCrypt on this system.</entry>
  830     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_MODE_HELP_UPGRADE">Note: You can upgrade without decrypting even if the system partition/drive is encrypted or you use a hidden operating system.</entry>
  831     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_MODE_HELP_EXTRACT">If you select this option, all files will be extracted from this package but nothing will be installed on the system. Do not select it if you intend to encrypt the system partition or system drive. Selecting this option can be useful, for example, if you want to run VeraCrypt in so-called portable mode. VeraCrypt does not have to be installed on the operating system under which it is run. After all files are extracted, you can directly run the extracted file 'VeraCrypt.exe' (then VeraCrypt will run in portable mode).</entry>
  832     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_OPTIONS_TITLE">Setup Options</entry>
  833     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_OPTIONS_INFO">Here you can set various options to control the installation process.</entry>
  834     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_PROGRESS_TITLE">Installing</entry>
  835     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_PROGRESS_INFO">Please wait while VeraCrypt is being installed.</entry>
  836     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_FINISHED_TITLE_DON">VeraCrypt has been successfully installed</entry>
  837     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_FINISHED_UPGRADE_TITLE_DON">VeraCrypt has been successfully upgraded</entry>
  838     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_FINISHED_INFO_DON">Please consider making a donation. You can click Finish anytime to close the installer.</entry>
  839     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACTION_OPTIONS_TITLE">Extraction Options</entry>
  840     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACTION_OPTIONS_INFO">Here you can set various options to control the extraction process.</entry>
  841     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACTION_PROGRESS_INFO">Please wait while files are being extracted.</entry>
  842     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACTION_FINISHED_TITLE_DON">Files successfully extracted</entry>
  843     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACTION_FINISHED_INFO">All files have been successfully extracted to the destination location.</entry>
  844     <entry lang="en" key="AUTO_FOLDER_CREATION">If the specified folder does not exist, it will be automatically created.</entry>
  845     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_UPGRADE_DESTINATION">The VeraCrypt program files will be upgraded in the location where VeraCrypt is installed. If you need to select a different location, please uninstall VeraCrypt first.</entry>
  846     <entry lang="en" key="AFTER_UPGRADE_RELEASE_NOTES">Do you want to view release notes for the current (latest stable) version of VeraCrypt?</entry>
  847     <entry lang="en" key="AFTER_INSTALL_TUTORIAL">If you have never used VeraCrypt before, we recommend that you read the chapter Beginner's Tutorial in the VeraCrypt User Guide. Do you want to view the tutorial?</entry>
  848     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_AN_ACTION">Please select an action to perform from the following:</entry>
  849     <entry lang="en" key="REPAIR_REINSTALL">Repair/Reinstall</entry>
  850     <entry lang="en" key="UPGRADE">Upgrade</entry>
  851     <entry lang="en" key="UNINSTALL">Uninstall</entry>
  852     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_ADMIN">To successfully install/uninstall VeraCrypt, you must have administrator privileges. Do you want to continue?</entry>
  853     <entry lang="en" key="TC_INSTALLER_IS_RUNNING">VeraCrypt Installer is currently running on this system and performing or preparing installation or update of VeraCrypt. Before you proceed, please wait for it to finish or close it. If you cannot close it, please restart your computer before proceeding.</entry>
  854     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALL_FAILED">Installation failed.</entry>
  855     <entry lang="en" key="UNINSTALL_FAILED">Uninstallation failed.</entry>
  856     <entry lang="en" key="DIST_PACKAGE_CORRUPTED">This distribution package is damaged. Please try downloading it again (preferably from the official VeraCrypt website at https://www.veracrypt.fr).</entry>
  857     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_WRITE_FILE_X">Cannot write file %s</entry>
  858     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACTING_VERB">Extracting</entry>
  859     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_READ_FROM_PACKAGE">Cannot read data from the package.</entry>
  860     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_VERIFY_PACKAGE_INTEGRITY">Cannot verify the integrity of this distribution package.</entry>
  861     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRACTION_FAILED">Extraction failed.</entry>
  862     <entry lang="en" key="ROLLBACK">The installation has been rolled back.</entry>
  863     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALL_OK">VeraCrypt has been successfully installed.</entry>
  864     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_UPDATE_OK">VeraCrypt has been successfully updated.</entry>
  865     <entry lang="en" key="UPGRADE_OK_REBOOT_REQUIRED">VeraCrypt has been successfully upgraded. However, before you can start using it, the computer must be restarted.\n\nDo you want to restart it now?</entry>
  866     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENC_UPGRADE_FAILED">Failed to upgrade VeraCrypt!\n\nIMPORTANT: Before you shut down or restart the system, we strongly recommend that you use System Restore (Windows Start menu > All programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore) to restore your system to the restore point named 'VeraCrypt installation'. If System Restore is not available, you should try installing the original or the new version of VeraCrypt again before you shut down or restart the system.</entry>
  867     <entry lang="en" key="UNINSTALL_OK">VeraCrypt has been successfully uninstalled.\n\nClick 'Finish' to remove the VeraCrypt installer and the folder %s. Note that the folder will not be removed if it contains any files that were not installed by the VeraCrypt installer or created by VeraCrypt.</entry>
  868     <entry lang="en" key="REMOVING_REG">Removing VeraCrypt registry entries</entry>
  869     <entry lang="en" key="ADDING_REG">Adding registry entry</entry>
  870     <entry lang="en" key="REMOVING_APPDATA">Removing application-specific data</entry>
  871     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALLING">Installing</entry>
  872     <entry lang="en" key="STOPPING">Stopping</entry>
  873     <entry lang="en" key="REMOVING">Removing</entry>
  874     <entry lang="en" key="ADDING_ICON">Adding icon</entry>
  875     <entry lang="en" key="CREATING_SYS_RESTORE">Creating System Restore point</entry>
  876     <entry lang="en" key="FAILED_SYS_RESTORE">Failed to create System Restore point!</entry>
  877     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALLER_UPDATING_BOOT_LOADER">Updating boot loader</entry>
  878     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALL_OF_FAILED">Failed to install '%s'. %s\nDo you want to continue installing?</entry>
  879     <entry lang="en" key="UNINSTALL_OF_FAILED">Failed to uninstall '%s'. %s\nDo you want to continue uninstalling?</entry>
  880     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALL_COMPLETED">Installation completed.</entry>
  881     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_CREATE_FOLDER">The folder '%s' could not be created</entry>
  882     <entry lang="en" key="CLOSE_TC_FIRST">The VeraCrypt device driver cannot be unloaded.\n\nPlease close all open VeraCrypt windows first. If it does not help, please restart Windows and then try again.</entry>
  883     <entry lang="en" key="DISMOUNT_ALL_FIRST">All VeraCrypt volumes must be dismounted before installing or uninstalling VeraCrypt.</entry>
  884     <entry lang="en" key="UNINSTALL_OLD_VERSION_FIRST">An obsolete version of VeraCrypt is currently installed on this system. It needs to be uninstalled before you can install this new version of VeraCrypt.\n\nAs soon as you close this message box, the uninstaller of the old version will be launched. Note that no volume will be decrypted when you uninstall VeraCrypt. After you uninstall the old version of VeraCrypt, run the installer of the new version of VeraCrypt again.</entry>
  885     <entry lang="en" key="REG_INSTALL_FAILED">The installation of the registry entries has failed</entry>
  886     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVER_INSTALL_FAILED">The installation of the device driver has failed. Please restart Windows and then try installing VeraCrypt again.</entry>
  887     <entry lang="en" key="STARTING_DRIVER">Starting VeraCrypt device driver</entry>
  888     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVER_UINSTALL_FAILED">Uninstallation of the device driver has failed. Please note that, due to a Windows issue, it may be necessary to log off or restart the system before the device driver can be uninstalled (or reinstalled).</entry>
  889     <entry lang="en" key="INSTALLING_DRIVER">Installing VeraCrypt device driver</entry>
  890     <entry lang="en" key="STOPPING_DRIVER">Stopping VeraCrypt device driver</entry>
  891     <entry lang="en" key="REMOVING_DRIVER">Uninstalling VeraCrypt device driver</entry>
  892     <entry lang="en" key="COM_REG_FAILED">Registration of the User Account Control support library failed.</entry>
  893     <entry lang="en" key="COM_DEREG_FAILED">Unregistration of the User Account Control support library failed.</entry>
  894     <entry lang="en" key="TRAVELER_LIMITATIONS_NOTE">Note about portable mode:\n\nPlease note that the operating system requires drivers to be registered with it before they can be started. Hence, the VeraCrypt driver is not (and cannot be) fully portable (whereas the VeraCrypt applications are fully portable, i.e. they do not have to be installed or registered with the operating system). Also note that VeraCrypt needs a driver to provide transparent on-the-fly encryption/decryption.</entry>
  895     <entry lang="en" key="TRAVELER_UAC_NOTE">Note that if you decide to run VeraCrypt in portable mode (as opposed to running an installed copy of VeraCrypt), the system will ask you for permission to run VeraCrypt (UAC prompt) every time you attempt to run it.\n\nThe reason is that when you run VeraCrypt in portable mode, VeraCrypt needs to load and start the VeraCrypt device driver. VeraCrypt needs a device driver to provide transparent on-the-fly encryption/decryption, and users without administrator privileges cannot start device drivers in Windows. Therefore, the system will ask you for permission to run VeraCrypt with administrator privileges (UAC prompt).\n\nNote that if you install VeraCrypt on the system (as opposed to running VeraCrypt in portable mode), the system will NOT ask you for permission to run VeraCrypt (UAC prompt) every time you attempt to run it.\n\nAre you sure you want to extract the files?</entry>
  896     <entry lang="en" key="CONTAINER_ADMIN_WARNING">Warning: This instance of the Volume Creation Wizard has administrator privileges.\n\nYour new volume may be created with permissions that will not allow you to write to the volume when it is mounted. If you want to avoid that, close this instance of the Volume Creation Wizard and launch a new one without administrator privileges.\n\nDo you want to close this instance of the Volume Creation Wizard?</entry>
  897     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_DISPLAY_LICENSE">Error: Cannot display license.</entry>
  898     <entry lang="en" key="OUTER_VOL_WRITE_PREVENTED">Outer(!)</entry>
  899     <entry lang="en" key="DAYS">days</entry>
  900     <entry lang="en" key="HOURS">hours</entry>
  901     <entry lang="en" key="MINUTES">minutes</entry>
  902     <entry lang="en" key="SECONDS">s</entry>
  903     <entry lang="en" key="OPEN">Open</entry>
  904     <entry lang="en" key="DISMOUNT">Dismount</entry>
  905     <entry lang="en" key="SHOW_TC">Show VeraCrypt</entry>
  906     <entry lang="en" key="HIDE_TC">Hide VeraCrypt</entry>
  907     <entry lang="en" key="TOTAL_DATA_READ">Data Read since Mount</entry>
  908     <entry lang="en" key="TOTAL_DATA_WRITTEN">Data Written since Mount</entry>
  909     <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPTED_PORTION">Encrypted Portion</entry>
  910     <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPTED_PORTION_FULLY_ENCRYPTED">100% (fully encrypted)</entry>
  911     <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPTED_PORTION_NOT_ENCRYPTED">0% (not encrypted)</entry>
  912     <entry lang="en" key="PROCESSED_PORTION_X_PERCENT">%.3f%%</entry>
  913     <entry lang="en" key="PROCESSED_PORTION_100_PERCENT">100%</entry>
  914     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_WAITING">Waiting</entry>
  915     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_PREPARING">Preparing</entry>
  916     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_RESIZING">Resizing</entry>
  917     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_ENCRYPTING">Encrypting</entry>
  918     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_DECRYPTING">Decrypting</entry>
  919     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_FINALIZING">Finalizing</entry>
  920     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_PAUSED">Paused</entry>
  921     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_FINISHED">Finished</entry>
  922     <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_ERROR">Error</entry>
  923     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_DISCONNECTED_DEV">Device disconnected</entry>
  924     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_FAVORITE_VOLUMES_SAVED">System favorite volumes saved.\n\nTo enable mounting of system favorite volumes when the system starts, please select 'Settings' > 'System Favorite Volumes' > 'Mount system favorite volumes when Windows starts'.</entry>
  925     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_ADD_DRIVE_DEV_WARNING">The volume you are adding to favorites is neither a partition nor a dynamic volume. Therefore, VeraCrypt will be unable to mount this favorite volume if the device number changes.</entry>
  926     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_ADD_PARTITION_TYPE_WARNING">The volume you are adding to favorites is a partition not recognized by Windows.\n\nVeraCrypt will be unable to mount this favorite volume if the device number changes. Please set the type of the partition to a type recognized by Windows (use the SETID command of the Windows 'diskpart' tool). Then add the partition to favorites again.</entry>
  927     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_ARRIVAL_MOUNT_BACKGROUND_TASK_ERR">VeraCrypt Background Task is disabled or it is configured to exit when there are no mounted volumes (or VeraCrypt is running in portable mode). This may prevent your favorite volumes from being automatically mounted when devices hosting them get connected.\n\nNote: To enable the VeraCrypt Background Task, select Settings > Preferences and check the 'Enabled' checkbox in the section 'VeraCrypt Background Task'.</entry>
  928     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_ARRIVAL_MOUNT_NETWORK_PATH_ERR">A container stored in a remote filesystem shared over a network cannot be automatically mounted when its host device gets connected.</entry>
  929     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_ARRIVAL_MOUNT_DEVICE_PATH_ERR">The device displayed below is neither a partition nor a dynamic volume. Therefore, the volume hosted on the device cannot be automatically mounted when the device gets connected.</entry>
  930     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_ARRIVAL_MOUNT_PARTITION_TYPE_ERR">Please set the type of the partition displayed below to a type recognized by Windows (use the SETID command of the Windows 'diskpart' tool). Then remove the partition from favorites and add it again. This will enable the volume hosted on the device to be automatically mounted when the device gets connected.</entry>
  931     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_LABEL_DEVICE_PATH_ERR">The device displayed below is neither a partition nor a dynamic volume. Therefore, no label can be assigned to it.</entry>
  932     <entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_LABEL_PARTITION_TYPE_ERR">Please set the type of the partition displayed below to a type recognized by Windows (use the SETID command of the Windows 'diskpart' tool). Then remove the partition from favorites and add it again. This will enable VeraCrypt to assign a label to the partition.</entry>
  933     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_FAVORITE_NETWORK_PATH_ERR">Due to a Windows limitation, a container stored in a remote filesystem shared over a network cannot be mounted as a system favorite volume (however, it can be mounted as a non-system favorite volume when a user logs on).</entry>
  934     <entry lang="en" key="ENTER_PASSWORD_FOR">Enter password for %s</entry>
  935     <entry lang="en" key="ENTER_PASSWORD_FOR_LABEL">Enter password for '%s'</entry>
  936     <entry lang="en" key="ENTER_NORMAL_VOL_PASSWORD">Enter password for the normal/outer volume</entry>
  937     <entry lang="en" key="ENTER_HIDDEN_VOL_PASSWORD">Enter password for the hidden volume</entry>
  938     <entry lang="en" key="ENTER_HEADER_BACKUP_PASSWORD">Enter password for the header stored in backup file</entry>
  939     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_CREATED">Keyfiles have been successfully created.</entry>
  940     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_INCORRECT_NUMBER">The number of keyfiles you supplied is invalid.</entry>
  941     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_INCORRECT_SIZE">The keyfile size must be comprized between 64 and 1048576 bytes.</entry>
  942     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_EMPTY_BASE_NAME">Please enter a name for the keyfile(s) to be generated</entry>
  943     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_INVALID_BASE_NAME">The base name of the keyfile(s) is invalid</entry>
  944     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_ALREADY_EXISTS">The keyfile '%s' already exists.\nDo you want to overwrite it? The generation process will be stopped if you answer No.</entry>
  945     <entry lang="en" key="HEADER_DAMAGED_AUTO_USED_HEADER_BAK">WARNING: The header of this volume is damaged! VeraCrypt automatically used the backup of the volume header embedded in the volume.\n\nYou should repair the volume header by selecting 'Tools' > 'Restore Volume Header'.</entry>
  946     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_HEADER_BACKED_UP">Volume header backup has been successfully created.\n\nIMPORTANT: Restoring the volume header using this backup will also restore the current volume password. Moreover, if keyfile(s) are/is necessary to mount the volume, the same keyfile(s) will be necessary to mount the volume again when the volume header is restored.\n\nWARNING: This volume header backup may be used to restore the header ONLY of this particular volume. If you use this header backup to restore a header of a different volume, you will be able to mount the volume, but you will NOT be able to decrypt any data stored in the volume (because you will change its master key).</entry>
  947     <entry lang="en" key="VOL_HEADER_RESTORED">The volume header has been successfully restored.\n\nIMPORTANT: Please note that an old password may have been restored as well. Moreover, if keyfile(s) were/was necessary to mount the volume when the backup was created, the same keyfile(s) are now necessary to mount the volume again.</entry>
  948     <entry lang="en" key="EXTERNAL_VOL_HEADER_BAK_FIRST_INFO">For security reasons, you will have to enter the correct password (and/or supply the correct keyfiles) for the volume.\n\nNote: If the volume contains a hidden volume, you will have to enter the correct password (and/or supply the correct keyfiles) for the outer volume first. Afterwards, if you choose to back up the header of the hidden volume, you will have to enter the correct password (and/or supply the correct keyfiles) for the hidden volume.</entry>
  949     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_VOL_HEADER_BAK">Are you sure you want to create volume header backup for %s?\n\nAfter you click Yes, you will prompted for a filename for the header backup.\n\nNote: Both the standard and the hidden volume headers will be re-encrypted using a new salt and stored in the backup file. If there is no hidden volume within this volume, the area reserved for the hidden volume header in the backup file will be filled with random data (to preserve plausible deniability). When restoring a volume header from the backup file, you will need to enter the correct password (and/or to supply the correct keyfiles) that was/were valid when the volume header backup was created. The password (and/or keyfiles) will also automatically determine the type of the volume header to restore, i.e. standard or hidden (note that VeraCrypt determines the type through the process of trial and error).</entry>
  950     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_VOL_HEADER_RESTORE">Are you sure you want to restore volume header of %s?\n\nWARNING: Restoring a volume header also restores the volume password that was valid when the backup was created. Moreover, if keyfile(s) were/was necessary to mount the volume when the backup was created, the same keyfile(s) will be necessary to mount the volume again after the volume header is restored.\n\nAfter you click Yes, you will select the header backup file.</entry>
  951     <entry lang="en" key="DOES_VOLUME_CONTAIN_HIDDEN">Does the volume contain a hidden volume?</entry>
  952     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_CONTAINS_HIDDEN">The volume contains a hidden volume</entry>
  953     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_DOES_NOT_CONTAIN_HIDDEN">The volume does not contain a hidden volume</entry>
  954     <entry lang="en" key="HEADER_RESTORE_EXTERNAL_INTERNAL">Please select the type of volume header backup you want to use:</entry>
  955     <entry lang="en" key="HEADER_RESTORE_INTERNAL">Restore the volume header from the backup embedded in the volume</entry>
  956     <entry lang="en" key="HEADER_RESTORE_EXTERNAL">Restore the volume header from an external backup file</entry>
  957     <entry lang="en" key="HEADER_BACKUP_SIZE_INCORRECT">The size of the volume header backup file is incorrect.</entry>
  958     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_HAS_NO_BACKUP_HEADER">There is no backup header embedded in this volume (note that only volumes created by VeraCrypt 6.0 or later contain embedded backup headers).</entry>
  959     <entry lang="en" key="BACKUP_HEADER_NOT_FOR_SYS_DEVICE">You are attempting to back up the header of the system partition/drive. This is not allowed. Backup/restore operations pertaining to the system partition/drive can be performed only using the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk.\n\nDo you want to create a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk?</entry>
  960     <entry lang="en" key="RESTORE_HEADER_NOT_FOR_SYS_DEVICE">You are attempting to restore the header of a virtual VeraCrypt volume but you selected the system partition/drive. This is not allowed. Backup/restore operations pertaining to the system partition/drive can be performed only using the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk.\n\nDo you want to create a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk?</entry>
  961     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_NON_WIZARD_CREATION_SELECT_PATH">After you click OK, you will select a filename for the new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk image and the location where you wish to place it.</entry>
  962     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_NON_WIZARD_CREATION_BURN">The Rescue Disk image has been created and stored in this file:\n%s\n\nNow you need to burn the Rescue Disk image to a CD or DVD.\n\nIMPORTANT: Note that the file must be written to the CD/DVD as an ISO disk image (not as an individual file). For information on how to do so, please refer to the documentation of your CD/DVD recording software.\n\nAfter you burn the Rescue Disk, select 'System' > 'Verify Rescue Disk' to verify that it has been correctly burned.</entry>
  963     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_NON_WIZARD_CREATION_WIN_ISOBURN">The Rescue Disk image has been created and stored in this file:\n%s\n\nNow you need to burn the Rescue Disk image to a CD or DVD.\n\nDo you want to launch the Microsoft Windows Disc Image Burner now?\n\nNote: After you burn the Rescue Disk, select 'System' > 'Verify Rescue Disk' to verify that it has been correctly burned.</entry>
  964     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_NON_WIZARD_CHECK_INSERT">Please insert your VeraCrypt Rescue Disk and click OK to verify it.</entry>
  965     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_NON_WIZARD_CHECK_PASSED">The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk has been successfully verified.</entry>
  966     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_NON_WIZARD_CHECK_FAILED">Cannot verify that the Rescue Disk has been correctly burned.\n\nIf you have burned the Rescue Disk, please eject and reinsert the CD/DVD; then try again. If this does not help, please try other CD/DVD recording software and/or medium.\n\nIf you attempted to verify a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk created for a different master key, password, salt, etc., please note that such Rescue Disk will always fail this verification. To create a new Rescue Disk fully compatible with your current configuration, select 'System' > 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
  967     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_ISO_IMAGE_CHECK_PASSED">The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk image has been successfully verified.</entry>
  968     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_ISO_IMAGE_CHECK_FAILED">The Rescue Disk image verification failed.\n\nIf you attempted to verify a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk image created for a different master key, password, salt, etc., please note that such Rescue Disk image will always fail this verification. To create a new Rescue Disk image fully compatible with your current configuration, select 'System' > 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
  969     <entry lang="en" key="ERROR_CREATING_RESCUE_DISK">Error creating VeraCrypt Rescue Disk.</entry>
  970     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_CREATE_RESCUE_DISK_ON_HIDDEN_OS">VeraCrypt Rescue Disk cannot be created when a hidden operating system is running.\n\nTo create a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk, boot the decoy operating system and then select 'System' > 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
  971     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_CHECK_FAILED">Cannot verify that the Rescue Disk has been correctly burned.\n\nIf you have burned the Rescue Disk, please eject and reinsert the CD/DVD; then click Next to try again. If this does not help, please try another medium%s.\n\nIf you have not burned the Rescue Disk yet, please do so, and then click Next.\n\nIf you attempted to verify a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk created before you started this wizard, please note that such Rescue Disk cannot be used, because it was created for a different master key. You need to burn the newly generated Rescue Disk.</entry>
  972     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_CHECK_FAILED_SENTENCE_APPENDIX"> and/or other CD/DVD recording software</entry>
  973     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_FAVORITES_DLG_TITLE">VeraCrypt - System Favorite Volumes</entry>
  974     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_FAVORITES_HELP_LINK">What are system favorite volumes?</entry>
  975     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_FAVORITES_REQUIRE_PBA">The system partition/drive does not appear to be encrypted.\n\nSystem favorite volumes can be mounted using only a pre-boot authentication password. Therefore, to enable use of system favorite volumes, you need to encrypt the system partition/drive first.</entry>
  976     <entry lang="en" key="DISMOUNT_FIRST">Please dismount the volume before proceeding.</entry>
  977     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_SET_TIMER">Error: Cannot set timer.</entry>
  978     <entry lang="en" key="IDPM_CHECK_FILESYS">Check Filesystem</entry>
  979     <entry lang="en" key="IDPM_REPAIR_FILESYS">Repair Filesystem</entry>
  980     <entry lang="en" key="IDPM_ADD_TO_FAVORITES">Add to Favorites...</entry>
  981     <entry lang="en" key="IDPM_ADD_TO_SYSTEM_FAVORITES">Add to System Favorites...</entry>
  982     <entry lang="en" key="IDPM_PROPERTIES">P&amp;roperties...</entry>
  983     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_PROTECTION">Hidden Volume Protected</entry>
  984     <entry lang="en" key="NOT_APPLICABLE_OR_NOT_AVAILABLE">N/A</entry>
  985     <entry lang="en" key="UISTR_YES">Yes</entry>
  986     <entry lang="en" key="UISTR_NO">No</entry>
  987     <entry lang="en" key="UISTR_DISABLED">Disabled</entry>
  988     <entry lang="en" key="DIGIT_ONE">1</entry>
  989     <entry lang="en" key="TWO_OR_MORE">2 or more</entry>
  990     <entry lang="en" key="MODE_OF_OPERATION">Mode of Operation</entry>
  991     <entry lang="en" key="LABEL_ITEM">Label:   </entry>
  992     <entry lang="en" key="SIZE_ITEM">Size:   </entry>
  993     <entry lang="en" key="PATH_ITEM">Path:   </entry>
  994     <entry lang="en" key="DRIVE_LETTER_ITEM">Drive Letter:   </entry>
  995     <entry lang="en" key="UNSUPPORTED_CHARS_IN_PWD">Error: Password must contain only ASCII characters.\n\nNon-ASCII characters in password might cause the volume to be impossible to mount when your system configuration changes.\n\nThe following characters are allowed:\n\n  ! " # $ % &amp; ' ( ) * + , - . / 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; &lt; = &gt; ? @ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ \\ ] ^ _ ` a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z { | } ~</entry>
  996     <entry lang="en" key="UNSUPPORTED_CHARS_IN_PWD_RECOM">Warning: Password contains non-ASCII characters. This may cause the volume to be impossible to mount when your system configuration changes.\n\nYou should replace all non-ASCII characters in the password with ASCII characters. To do so, click 'Volumes' -&gt; 'Change Volume Password'.\n\nThe following are ASCII characters:\n\n  ! " # $ % &amp; ' ( ) * + , - . / 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; &lt; = &gt; ? @ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [ \\ ] ^ _ ` a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z { | } ~</entry>
  997     <entry lang="en" key="EXE_FILE_EXTENSION_CONFIRM">WARNING: We strongly recommend that you avoid file extensions that are used for executable files (such as .exe, .sys, or .dll) and other similarly problematic file extensions. Using such file extensions causes Windows and antivirus software to interfere with the container, which adversely affects the performance of the volume and may also cause other serious problems.\n\nWe strongly recommend that you remove the file extension or change it (e.g., to '.hc').\n\nAre you sure you want to use the problematic file extension?</entry>
  998     <entry lang="en" key="EXE_FILE_EXTENSION_MOUNT_WARNING">WARNING: This container has a file extension that is used for executable files (such as .exe, .sys, or .dll) or some other file extension that is similarly problematic. It will very likely cause Windows and antivirus software to interfere with the container, which will adversely affect the performance of the volume and may also cause other serious problems.\n\nWe strongly recommend that you remove the file extension of the container or change it (e.g., to '.hc') after you dismount the volume.</entry>
  999     <entry lang="en" key="HOMEPAGE">Homepage</entry>
 1000     <entry lang="en" key="LARGE_IDE_WARNING_XP">WARNING: It appears that you have not applied any Service Pack to your Windows installation. You should not write to IDE disks larger than 128 GB under Windows XP to which you did not apply Service Pack 1 or later! If you do, data on the disk (no matter if it is a VeraCrypt volume or not) may get corrupted. Note that this is a limitation of Windows, not a bug in VeraCrypt.</entry>
 1001     <entry lang="en" key="LARGE_IDE_WARNING_2K">WARNING: It appears that you have not applied Service Pack 3 or later to your Windows installation. You should not write to IDE disks larger than 128 GB under Windows 2000 to which you did not apply Service Pack 3 or later! If you do, data on the disk (no matter if it is a VeraCrypt volume or not) may get corrupted. Note that this is a limitation of Windows, not a bug in VeraCrypt.\n\nNote: You may also need to enable the 48-bit LBA support in the registry; for more information, see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305098/EN-US</entry>
 1002     <entry lang="en" key="LARGE_IDE_WARNING_2K_REGISTRY">WARNING: 48-bit LBA ATAPI support is disabled on your system. Therefore, you should not write to IDE disks larger than 128 GB! If you do, data on the disk (no matter if it is a VeraCrypt volume or not) may get corrupted. Note that this is a limitation of Windows, not a limitation of VeraCrypt.\n\nTo enable the 48-bit LBA support, add the 'EnableBigLba' registry value in the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Services\\atapi\\Parameters and set it to 1.\n\nFor more information, see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305098</entry>
 1003     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_TOO_LARGE_FOR_FAT32">Error: Files larger than 4 GB cannot be stored on a FAT32 file system. Therefore, file-hosted VeraCrypt volumes (containers) stored on a FAT32 file system cannot be larger than 4 GB.\n\nIf you need a larger volume, create it on an NTFS file system (or, if you use Windows Vista SP1 or later, on an exFAT file system) or, instead of creating a file-hosted volume, encrypt an entire partition or device.</entry>
 1004     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_TOO_LARGE_FOR_WINXP">Warning: Windows XP does not support files larger than 2048 GB (it will report that "Not enough storage is available"). Therefore, you cannot create a file-hosted VeraCrypt volume (container) larger than 2048 GB under Windows XP.\n\nNote that it is still possible to encrypt the entire drive or create a partition-hosted VeraCrypt volume larger than 2048 GB under Windows XP.</entry>
 1005     <entry lang="en" key="FREE_SPACE_FOR_WRITING_TO_OUTER_VOLUME">WARNING: If you want to be able to add more data/files to the outer volume in future, you should consider choosing a smaller size for the hidden volume.\n\nAre you sure you want to continue with the size you specified?</entry>
 1006     <entry lang="en" key="NO_VOLUME_SELECTED">No volume selected.\n\nClick 'Select Device' or 'Select File' to select a VeraCrypt volume.</entry>
 1007     <entry lang="en" key="NO_SYSENC_PARTITION_SELECTED">No partition selected.\n\nClick 'Select Device' to select a dismounted partition that normally requires pre-boot authentication (for example, a partition located on the encrypted system drive of another operating system, which is not running, or the encrypted system partition of another operating system).\n\nNote: The selected partition will be mounted as a regular VeraCrypt volume without pre-boot authentication. This is useful e.g. for backup or repair operations.</entry>
 1008     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_SAVE_DEFAULT_KEYFILES">WARNING: If default keyfiles are set and enabled, volumes that are not using these keyfiles will be impossible to mount. Therefore, after you enable default keyfiles, keep in mind to uncheck the 'Use keyfiles' checkbox (below a password input field) whenever mounting such volumes.\n\nAre you sure you want to save the selected keyfiles/paths as default?</entry>
 1009     <entry lang="en" key="HK_AUTOMOUNT_DEVICES">Auto-Mount Devices</entry>
 1010     <entry lang="en" key="HK_DISMOUNT_ALL">Dismount All</entry>
 1011     <entry lang="en" key="HK_WIPE_CACHE">Wipe Cache</entry>
 1012     <entry lang="en" key="HK_DISMOUNT_ALL_AND_WIPE">Dismount All  &amp;  Wipe Cache</entry>
 1013     <entry lang="en" key="HK_FORCE_DISMOUNT_ALL_AND_WIPE">Force Dismount All  &amp;  Wipe Cache</entry>
 1014     <entry lang="en" key="HK_FORCE_DISMOUNT_ALL_AND_WIPE_AND_EXIT">Force Dismount All,  Wipe Cache  &amp;  Exit</entry>
 1015     <entry lang="en" key="HK_MOUNT_FAVORITE_VOLUMES">Mount Favorite Volumes</entry>
 1016     <entry lang="en" key="HK_SHOW_HIDE_MAIN_WINDOW">Show/Hide Main VeraCrypt Window</entry>
 1017     <entry lang="en" key="PRESS_A_KEY_TO_ASSIGN">(Click here and press a key)</entry>
 1018     <entry lang="en" key="ACTION">Action</entry>
 1019     <entry lang="en" key="SHORTCUT">Shortcut</entry>
 1020     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_USE_RESERVED_KEY">Error: This shortcut is reserved. Please choose a different shortcut.</entry>
 1021     <entry lang="en" key="SHORTCUT_ALREADY_IN_USE">Error: Shortcut already in use.</entry>
 1022     <entry lang="en" key="HOTKEY_REGISTRATION_ERROR">WARNING: One or more VeraCrypt system-wide hot keys will not work!\n\nPlease make sure that other applications and the operating system do not use the same shortcut(s) as VeraCrypt.</entry>
 1023     <entry lang="en" key="PAGING_FILE_CREATION_PREVENTED">Paging file creation has been prevented.\n\nPlease note that, due to Windows issues, paging files cannot be located on non-system VeraCrypt volumes (including system favorite volumes). VeraCrypt supports creation of paging files only on an encrypted system partition/drive.</entry>
 1024     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENC_HIBERNATION_PREVENTED">An error or incompatibility prevents VeraCrypt from encrypting the hibernation file. Therefore, hibernation has been prevented.\n\nNote: When a computer hibernates (or enters a power-saving mode), the content of its system memory is written to a hibernation storage file residing on the system drive. VeraCrypt would not be able to prevent encryption keys and the contents of sensitive files opened in RAM from being saved unencrypted to the hibernation storage file.</entry>
 1025     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_HIBERNATION_PREVENTED">Hibernation has been prevented.\n\nVeraCrypt does not support hibernation on hidden operating systems that use an extra boot partition. Please note that the boot partition is shared by both the decoy and the hidden system. Therefore, in order to prevent data leaks and problems while resuming from hibernation, VeraCrypt has to prevent the hidden system from writing to the shared boot partition and from hibernating.</entry>
 1026     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_MOUNTED_AS_DRIVE_LETTER_X_DISMOUNTED">VeraCrypt volume mounted as %c: has been dismounted.</entry>
 1027     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNTED_VOLUMES_DISMOUNTED">VeraCrypt volumes have been dismounted.</entry>
 1028     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUMES_DISMOUNTED_CACHE_WIPED">VeraCrypt volumes have been dismounted and password cache has been wiped.</entry>
 1029     <entry lang="en" key="SUCCESSFULLY_DISMOUNTED">Successfully dismounted</entry>
 1030     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_BACKGROUND_TASK_DISABLED">WARNING: If the VeraCrypt Background Task is disabled, the following functions will be disabled:\n\n1) Hot keys\n2) Auto-dismount (e.g., upon logoff, inadvertent host device removal, time-out, etc.)\n3) Auto-mount of favorite volumes\n4) Notifications (e.g., when damage to hidden volume is prevented)\n5) Tray icon\n\nNote: You can shut down the Background Task anytime by right-clicking the VeraCrypt tray icon and selecting 'Exit'.\n\nAre you sure you want to permanently disable the VeraCrypt Background Task?</entry>
 1031     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_NO_FORCED_AUTODISMOUNT">WARNING: If this option is disabled, volumes containing open files/directories will not be possible to auto-dismount.\n\nAre you sure you want to disable this option?</entry>
 1032     <entry lang="en" key="WARN_PREF_AUTO_DISMOUNT">WARNING: Volumes containing open files/directories will NOT be auto-dismounted.\n\nTo prevent this, enable the following option in this dialog window: 'Force auto-dismount even if volume contains open files or directories'</entry>
 1033     <entry lang="en" key="WARN_PREF_AUTO_DISMOUNT_ON_POWER">WARNING: When the notebook battery power is low, Windows may omit sending the appropriate messages to running applications when the computer is entering power saving mode. Therefore, VeraCrypt may fail to auto-dismount volumes in such cases.</entry>
 1034     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_RESUME_PROMPT">You have scheduled the process of encryption/decryption of a partition/volume. The process has not been completed yet.\n\nDo you want to resume the process now?</entry>
 1035     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_RESUME_PROMPT">You have scheduled the process of encryption or decryption of the system partition/drive. The process has not been completed yet.\n\nDo you want to start (resume) the process now?</entry>
 1036     <entry lang="en" key="ASK_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_NOTIFICATION_REMOVAL">Do you want to be prompted about whether you want to resume the currently scheduled processes of encryption/decryption of non-system partitions/volumes?</entry>
 1037     <entry lang="en" key="KEEP_PROMPTING_ME">Yes, keep prompting me</entry>
 1038     <entry lang="en" key="DO_NOT_PROMPT_ME">No, do not prompt me</entry>
 1039     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_NOTIFICATION_REMOVAL_NOTE">IMPORTANT: Keep in mind that you can resume the process of encryption/decryption of any non-system partition/volume by selecting 'Volumes' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.</entry>
 1040     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_SCHEDULED_BUT_PBA_FAILED">You have scheduled the process of encryption or decryption of the system partition/drive. However, pre-boot authentication failed (or was bypassed).\n\nNote: If you decrypted the system partition/drive in the pre-boot environment, you may need to finalize the process by selecting 'System' &gt; 'Permanently Decrypt System Partition/Drive' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.</entry>
 1041     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_EXIT">WARNING: If VeraCrypt exits now, the following functions will be disabled:\n\n1) Hot keys\n2) Auto-dismount (e.g., upon logoff, inadvertent host device removal, time-out, etc.)\n3) Auto-mount of favorite volumes\n4) Notifications (e.g., when damage to hidden volume is prevented)\n\nNote: If you do not wish VeraCrypt to run in the background, disable the VeraCrypt Background Task in the Preferences (and, if necessary, disable the automatic start of VeraCrypt in the Preferences).\n\nAre you sure you want VeraCrypt to exit?</entry>
 1042     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_EXIT_UNIVERSAL">Exit?</entry>
 1043     <entry lang="en" key="CHOOSE_ENCRYPT_OR_DECRYPT">VeraCrypt does not have sufficient information to determine whether to encrypt or decrypt.</entry>
 1044     <entry lang="en" key="CHOOSE_ENCRYPT_OR_DECRYPT_FINALIZE_DECRYPT_NOTE">VeraCrypt does not have sufficient information to determine whether to encrypt or decrypt.\n\nNote: If you decrypted the system partition/drive in the pre-boot environment, you may need to finalize the process by clicking Decrypt.</entry>
 1045     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_REVERSE_INFO">Note: When you are encrypting a non-system partition/volume in place and an error persistently prevents you from finishing the process, you will not be able to mount the volume (and access data stored on it) until you entirely DECRYPT the volume (i.e. reverse the process).\n\nIf you need to do so, follow these steps:\n1) Exit this wizard.\n2) In the main VeraCrypt window, select 'Volumes' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process'.\n3) Select 'Decrypt'.</entry>
 1046     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_DEFER_CONFIRM">Do you want to interrupt and postpone the process of encryption/decryption of the partition/volume?\n\nNote: Keep in mind that the volume cannot be mounted until it has been fully encrypted or decrypted. You will be able to resume the process of encryption/decryption and it will continue from the point where it was stopped. You can do so, for example, by selecting 'Volumes' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.</entry>
 1047     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_DEFER_CONFIRM">Do you want to interrupt and postpone the process of encryption of the system partition/drive?\n\nNote: You will be able to resume the process and it will continue from the point it was stopped. You can do so, for example, by selecting 'System' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window. If you want to permanently terminate or reverse the encryption process, select 'System' &gt; 'Permanently Decrypt System Partition/Drive'.</entry>
 1048     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_DECRYPTION_DEFER_CONFIRM">Do you want to interrupt and postpone the process of decryption of the system partition/drive?\n\nNote: You will be able to resume the process and it will continue from the point it was stopped. You can do so, for example, by selecting 'System' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window. If you want to reverse the decryption process (and start encrypting), select 'System' &gt; 'Encrypt System Partition/Drive'.</entry>
 1049     <entry lang="en" key="FAILED_TO_INTERRUPT_SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION">Error: Failed to interrupt the process of encryption/decryption of the system partition/drive.</entry>
 1050     <entry lang="en" key="FAILED_TO_INTERRUPT_WIPING">Error: Failed to interrupt the process of wiping.</entry>
 1051     <entry lang="en" key="FAILED_TO_RESUME_SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION">Error: Failed to resume the process of encryption/decryption of the system partition/drive.</entry>
 1052     <entry lang="en" key="FAILED_TO_START_WIPING">Error: Failed to start the process of wiping.</entry>
 1053     <entry lang="en" key="INCONSISTENCY_RESOLVED">Inconsistency resolved.\n\n\n(If you report a bug in connection with this, please include the following technical information in the bug report:\n%hs)</entry>
 1054     <entry lang="en" key="UNEXPECTED_STATE">Error: Unexpected state.\n\n\n(If you report a bug in connection with this, please include the following technical information in the bug report:\n%hs)</entry>
 1055     <entry lang="en" key="NO_SYS_ENC_PROCESS_TO_RESUME">There is no interrupted process of encryption/decryption of the system partition/drive to resume.\n\nNote: If you want to resume an interrupted process of encryption/decryption of a non-system partition/volume, select 'Volumes' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process'.</entry>
 1056     <entry lang="en" key="HIDVOL_PROT_BKG_TASK_WARNING">WARNING: VeraCrypt Background Task is disabled. After you exit VeraCrypt, you will not be notified if damage to hidden volume is prevented.\n\nNote: You may shut down the Background Task anytime by right-clicking the VeraCrypt tray icon and selecting 'Exit'.\n\nEnable VeraCrypt Background Task?</entry>
 1057     <entry lang="en" key="LANG_PACK_VERSION">Language pack version:  %s</entry>
 1058     <entry lang="en" key="CHECKING_FS">Checking the file system on the VeraCrypt volume mounted as %s...</entry>
 1059     <entry lang="en" key="REPAIRING_FS">Attempting to repair the file system on the VeraCrypt volume mounted as %s...</entry>
 1060     <entry lang="en" key="WARN_64_BIT_BLOCK_CIPHER">Warning: This volume is encrypted with a legacy encryption algorithm.\n\nAll 64-bit-block encryption algorithms (e.g., Blowfish, CAST-128, or Triple DES) are deprecated. It will be possible to mount this volume using future versions of VeraCrypt. However, there will be no further enhancements to the implementations of these legacy encryption algorithms. We recommend that you create a new VeraCrypt volume encrypted with a 128-bit-block encryption algorithm (e.g., AES, Serpent, Twofish, etc.) and that you move all files from this volume to the new volume.</entry>
 1061     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_AUTOMOUNT_DISABLED">Your system is not configured to auto-mount new volumes. It may be impossible to mount device-hosted VeraCrypt volumes. Auto-mounting can be enabled by executing the following command and restarting the system.\n\nmountvol.exe /E</entry>
 1062     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ASSIGN_DRIVE_LETTER">Please assign a drive letter to the partition/device before proceeding ('Control Panel' > 'System and Maintenance' > 'Administrative Tools' - 'Create and format hard disk partitions').\n\nNote that this is a requirement of the operating system.</entry>
 1063     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNT_TC_VOLUME">Mount VeraCrypt volume</entry>
 1064     <entry lang="en" key="DISMOUNT_ALL_TC_VOLUMES">Dismount all VeraCrypt volumes</entry>
 1065     <entry lang="en" key="UAC_INIT_ERROR">VeraCrypt failed to obtain Administrator privileges.</entry>
 1066     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_ACCESS_DENIED">Access was denied by the operating system.\n\nPossible cause: The operating system requires that you have read/write permission (or administrator privileges) for certain folders, files, and devices, in order for you to be allowed to read and write data to/from them. Normally, a user without administrator privileges is allowed to create, read and modify files in his or her Documents folder.</entry>
 1067     <entry lang="en" key="SECTOR_SIZE_UNSUPPORTED">Error: The drive uses an unsupported sector size.\n\nIt is currently not possible to create partition/device-hosted volumes on drives that use sectors larger than 4096 bytes. However, note that you can create file-hosted volumes (containers) on such drives.</entry>
 1068     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_UNSUPPORTED_SECTOR_SIZE_BIOS">It is currently not possible to encrypt a system installed on a disk that uses a sector size other than 512 bytes.</entry>
 1069     <entry lang="en" key="NO_SPACE_FOR_BOOT_LOADER">The VeraCrypt Boot Loader requires at least 32 KBytes of free space at the beginning of the system drive (the VeraCrypt Boot Loader needs to be stored in that area). Unfortunately, your drive does not meet this condition.\n\nPlease do NOT report this as a bug/problem in VeraCrypt. To solve this problem, you will need to repartition your disk and leave the first 32 KBytes of the disk free (in most cases, you will need to delete and recreate the first partition). We recommend that you use the Microsoft partition manager that is available e.g. when you are installing Windows.</entry>
 1070     <entry lang="en" key="FEATURE_UNSUPPORTED_ON_CURRENT_OS">The feature is not supported on the version of the operating system you are currently using.</entry>
 1071     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_UNSUPPORTED_ON_CURRENT_OS">VeraCrypt does not support encryption of a system partition/drive on the version of the operating system you are currently using.</entry>
 1072     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_UNSUPPORTED_ON_VISTA_SP0">Before you can encrypt the system partition/drive on Windows Vista, you need to install Service Pack 1 or higher for Windows Vista (no such Service Pack has been installed on this system yet).\n\nNote: Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista resolved an issue causing a shortage of free base memory during system boot.</entry>
 1073     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_UPGRADE_UNSUPPORTED_ON_VISTA_SP0">VeraCrypt no longer supports encryption of the system partition/drive on Windows Vista with no Service Pack installed. Before upgrading VeraCrypt, please install Service Pack 1 or higher for Windows Vista.</entry>
 1074     <entry lang="en" key="FEATURE_REQUIRES_INSTALLATION">Error: This feature requires VeraCrypt to be installed on the system (you are running VeraCrypt in portable mode).\n\nPlease install VeraCrypt and then try again.</entry>
 1075     <entry lang="en" key="WINDOWS_NOT_ON_BOOT_DRIVE_ERROR">WARNING: Windows does not appear to be installed on the drive from which it boots. This is not supported.\n\nYou should continue only if you are sure that Windows is installed on the drive from which it boots.\n\nDo you want to continue?</entry>
 1076     <entry lang="en" key="TC_BOOT_LOADER_ALREADY_INSTALLED">CAUTION: The VeraCrypt Boot Loader is already installed on your system drive!\n\nIt is possible that another system on your computer is already encrypted.\n\nWARNING: PROCEEDING WITH ENCRYPTION OF THE CURRENTLY RUNNING SYSTEM MAY MAKE OTHER SYSTEM(S) IMPOSSIBLE TO START AND RELATED DATA INACCESSIBLE.\n\nAre you sure you want to continue?</entry>
 1077     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_LOADER_RESTORE_FAILED">Failed to restore the original system loader.\n\nPlease use your VeraCrypt Rescue Disk ('Repair Options' > 'Restore original system loader') or Windows installation medium to replace the VeraCrypt Boot Loader with the Windows system loader.</entry>
 1078     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_LOADER_UNAVAILABLE_FOR_RESCUE_DISK">The original system loader will not be stored on the Rescue Disk (probable cause: missing backup file).</entry>
 1079     <entry lang="en" key="ERROR_MBR_PROTECTED">Failed to write the MBR sector.\n\nYour BIOS may be configured to protect the MBR sector. Check your BIOS settings (press F2, Delete, or Esc, after powering on your computer) for MBR/antivirus protection.</entry>
 1080     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_FINGERPRINT_CHECK_FAILED">WARNING: The verification of VeraCrypt bootloader fingerprint failed!\nYour disk may have been tampered with by an attacker ("Evil Maid" attack).\n\nThis warning can also be triggered if you restored VeraCrypt boot loader using an Rescue Disk generated using a different VeraCrypt version.\n\nYou are advised to change your password immediately which will also restore the correct VeraCrypt bootloader. It is recommended to reinstall VeraCrypt and to take measures to avoid access to this machine by untrusted entities.</entry>
 1081     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_VERSION_INCORRECT_PREFERENCES">The required version of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader is currently not installed. This may prevent some of the settings from being saved.</entry>
 1082     <entry lang="en" key="CUSTOM_BOOT_LOADER_MESSAGE_HELP">Note: In some situations, you may wish to prevent a person (adversary) that is watching you start the computer from knowing that you use VeraCrypt. The above options allow you to do that by customizing the VeraCrypt boot loader screen. If you enable the first option, no texts will be displayed by the boot loader (not even when you enter the wrong password). The computer will appear to be "frozen" while you can type your password. In addition, a custom message can be displayed to mislead the adversary. For example, fake error messages such as "Missing operating system" (which is normally displayed by the Windows boot loader if it finds no Windows boot partition). It is, however, important to note that if the adversary can analyze the content of the hard drive, he can still find out that it contains the VeraCrypt boot loader.</entry>
 1083     <entry lang="en" key="CUSTOM_BOOT_LOADER_MESSAGE_PROMPT">WARNING: Please keep in mind that if you enable this option, the VeraCrypt boot loader will not display any texts (not even when you enter the wrong password). The computer will appear to be "frozen" (unresponsive) while you can type your password (the cursor will NOT move and no asterisk will be displayed when you press a key).\n\nAre you sure you want to enable this option?</entry>
 1084     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_PARTITION_OR_DRIVE_APPEARS_FULLY_ENCRYPTED">Your system partition/drive appears to be fully encrypted.</entry>
 1085     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_UNSUPPORTED_FOR_DYNAMIC_DISK">VeraCrypt does not support encrypting a system drive that has been converted to a dynamic disk.</entry>
 1086     <entry lang="en" key="WDE_UNSUPPORTED_FOR_EXTENDED_PARTITIONS">The system drive contains extended (logical) partitions.\n\nYou can encrypt an entire system drive containing extended (logical) partitions only on Windows Vista and later versions of Windows. On Windows XP, you can encrypt an entire system drive provided that it contains only primary partitions.\n\nNote: You can still encrypt the system partition instead of the entire system drive (and, in addition to that, you can create partition-hosted VeraCrypt volumes within any non-system partitions on the drive).</entry>
 1087     <entry lang="en" key="WDE_EXTENDED_PARTITIONS_WARNING">WARNING: As you are running Windows XP/2003, after you start encrypting the drive, you must NOT create any extended (logical) partitions on it (you may create only primary partitions). Any extended (logical) partition on the drive would be inaccessible after you start encrypting (the drive currently does not contain any such partition).\n\nNote: If this limitation is not acceptable, you can go back and choose to encrypt only the system partition instead of the entire drive (and, in addition to that, you can create partition-hosted VeraCrypt volumes within any non-system partitions on the drive).\n\nAlternatively, if this limitation is not acceptable, you may want to consider upgrading to Windows Vista or a later version of Windows (you can encrypt an entire system drive containing extended/logical partitions only on Windows Vista or later).</entry>
 1088     <entry lang="en" key="SYSDRIVE_NON_STANDARD_PARTITIONS">Your system drive contains a non-standard partition.\n\nIf you are using a notebook, your system drive probably contains a special recovery partition. After the whole system drive is encrypted (including any recovery partition), your system might become unbootable if your computer is using an inappropriately designed BIOS. It would also be impossible to use any recovery partition until the system drive is decrypted. Therefore, we recommend that you encrypt only the system partition.</entry>
 1089     <entry lang="en" key="ASK_ENCRYPT_PARTITION_INSTEAD_OF_DRIVE">Do you want to encrypt the system partition instead of the entire drive?\n\nNote that you can create partition-hosted VeraCrypt volumes within any non-system partitions on the drive (in addition to encrypting the system partition).</entry>
 1090     <entry lang="en" key="WHOLE_SYC_DEVICE_RECOM">As your system drive contains only a single partition that occupies the whole drive, it is preferable (more secure) to encrypt the entire drive including the free "slack" space that typically surrounds such a partition.\n\nDo you want to encrypt the entire system drive?</entry>
 1091     <entry lang="en" key="TEMP_NOT_ON_SYS_PARTITION">Your system is configured to store temporary files on a non-system partition.\n\nTemporary files may be stored only on the system partition.</entry>
 1092     <entry lang="en" key="USER_PROFILE_NOT_ON_SYS_PARTITION">Your user profile files are not stored on the system partition.\n\nUser profile files may be stored only on the system partition.</entry>
 1093     <entry lang="en" key="PAGING_FILE_NOT_ON_SYS_PARTITION">There is/are paging file(s) on non-system partitions.\n\nPaging files may be located only on the system partition.</entry>
 1094     <entry lang="en" key="RESTRICT_PAGING_FILES_TO_SYS_PARTITION">Do you want to configure Windows to create paging files only on the Windows partition now?\n\nNote that if you click 'Yes', the computer will be restarted. Then start VeraCrypt and try creating the hidden OS again.</entry>
 1095     <entry lang="en" key="LEAKS_OUTSIDE_SYSPART_UNIVERSAL_EXPLANATION"> Otherwise, plausible deniability of the hidden operating system might be adversely affected.\n\nNote: If an adversary analyzed the content of such files (residing on a non-system partition), he might find out that you used this wizard in the hidden-system-creation mode (which might indicate the existence of a hidden operating system on your computer). Also note that any such files stored on the system partition will be securely erased by VeraCrypt during the process of creation of the hidden operating system.</entry>
 1096     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_REINSTALL_WARNING">WARNING: During the process of creation of the hidden operating system, you will be required to fully reinstall the currently running system (in order to create a decoy system securely).\n\nNote: The currently running operating system and the entire content of the system partition will be copied to the hidden volume (in order to create the hidden system).\n\n\nAre you sure you will be able to install Windows using a Windows Setup medium (or using a service partition)?</entry>
 1097     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_REQUIREMENTS">For security reasons, if the currently running operating system requires activation, it must be activated before proceeding. Note that the hidden operating system will be created by copying the content of the system partition to a hidden volume (so if this operating system is not activated, the hidden operating system will not be activated either). For more information, see the section "Security Requirements and Precautions Pertaining to Hidden Volumes" in the VeraCrypt User's Guide.\n\nImportant: Before proceeding, please make sure you have read the section "Security Requirements and Precautions Pertaining to Hidden Volumes" in the VeraCrypt User's Guide.\n\n\nDoes the currently running operating system meet the above condition?</entry>
 1098     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_HIDDEN_OS_EXTRA_BOOT_PARTITION">Your system uses an extra boot partition. VeraCrypt does not support hibernation on hidden operating systems that use an extra boot partition (decoy systems can be hibernated without any problems).\n\nPlease note that the boot partition would be shared by both the decoy and the hidden system. Therefore, in order to prevent data leaks and problems while resuming from hibernation, VeraCrypt has to prevent the hidden system from writing to the shared boot partition and from hibernating.\n\n\nDo you want to continue? If you select 'No', instructions for removing the extra boot partition will be displayed.</entry>
 1099     <entry lang="en" key="EXTRA_BOOT_PARTITION_REMOVAL_INSTRUCTIONS">\nThe extra boot partition can be removed before installing Windows. To do so, follow these steps:\n\n1) Boot your Windows installation disc.\n\n2) In the Windows installer screen, click 'Install now' > 'Custom (advanced)'.\n\n3) Click 'Drive Options'.\n\n4) Select the main system partition and delete it by clicking 'Delete' and 'OK'.\n\n5) Select the 'System Reserved' partition, click 'Extend', and increase its size so that the operating system can be installed to it.\n\n6) Click 'Apply' and 'OK'.\n\n7) Install Windows on the 'System Reserved' partition.\n\n\nShould an attacker ask why you removed the extra boot partition, you can answer that you wanted to prevent any possible data leaks to the unencrypted boot partition.\n\nNote: You can print this text by clicking the 'Print' button below. If you save a copy of this text or print it (strongly recommended, unless your printer stores copies of documents it prints on its internal drive), you should destroy any copies of it after removing the extra boot partition (otherwise, if such a copy was found, it might indicate that there is a hidden operating system on this computer).</entry>
 1100     <entry lang="en" key="GAP_BETWEEN_SYS_AND_HIDDEN_OS_PARTITION">Warning: There is unallocated space between the system partition and the first partition behind it. After you create the hidden operating system, you must not create any new partitions in that unallocated space. Otherwise, the hidden operating system will be impossible to boot (until you delete such newly created partitions).</entry>
 1101     <entry lang="en" key="ALGO_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_SYS_ENCRYPTION">This algorithm is currently not supported for system encryption.</entry>
 1102     <entry lang="en" key="ALGO_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_TRUECRYPT_MODE">This algorithm is not supported for TrueCrypt mode.</entry>
 1103     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_TRUECRYPT_MODE">PIM (Personal Iterations Multiplier) not supported for TrueCrypt mode.</entry>
 1104     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_REQUIRE_LONG_PASSWORD">Password must contain 20 or more characters in order to use the specified PIM.\nShorter passwords can only be used if the PIM is 485 or greater.</entry>
 1105     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_PIM_REQUIRE_LONG_PASSWORD">Pre-boot authentication Password must contain 20 or more characters in order to use the specified PIM.\nShorter passwords can only be used if the PIM is 98 or greater.</entry>
 1106     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILES_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_SYS_ENCRYPTION">Keyfiles are currently not supported for system encryption.</entry>
 1107     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_RESTORE_KEYBOARD_LAYOUT">Warning: VeraCrypt could not restore the original keyboard layout. This may cause you to enter a password incorrectly.</entry>
 1108     <entry lang="en" key="CANT_CHANGE_KEYB_LAYOUT_FOR_SYS_ENCRYPTION">Error: Cannot set the keyboard layout for VeraCrypt to the standard US keyboard layout.\n\nNote that the password needs to be typed in the pre-boot environment (before Windows starts) where non-US Windows keyboard layouts are not available. Therefore, the password must always be typed using the standard US keyboard layout.</entry>
 1109     <entry lang="en" key="ALT_KEY_CHARS_NOT_FOR_SYS_ENCRYPTION">As VeraCrypt temporarily changed the keyboard layout to the standard US keyboard layout, it is not possible to type characters by pressing keys while the right Alt key is held down. However, you can type most of such characters by pressing appropriate keys while the Shift key is held down.</entry>
 1110     <entry lang="en" key="KEYB_LAYOUT_CHANGE_PREVENTED">VeraCrypt prevented change of keyboard layout.</entry>
 1111     <entry lang="en" key="KEYB_LAYOUT_SYS_ENC_EXPLANATION">Note: The password will need to be typed in the pre-boot environment (before Windows starts) where non-US Windows keyboard layouts are not available. Therefore, the password must always be typed using the standard US keyboard layout. However, it is important to note that you do NOT need a real US keyboard. VeraCrypt automatically ensures that you can safely type the password (right now and in the pre-boot environment) even if you do NOT have a real US keyboard.</entry>
 1112     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_INFO">Before you can encrypt the partition/drive, you must create a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk (VRD), which serves the following purposes:\n\n- If the VeraCrypt Boot Loader, master key, or other critical data gets damaged, the VRD allows you to restore it (note, however, that you will still have to enter the correct password then).\n\n- If Windows gets damaged and cannot start, the VRD allows you to permanently decrypt the partition/drive before Windows starts.\n\n- The VRD will contain a backup of the present content of the first drive track (which typically contains a system loader or boot manager) and will allow you to restore it if necessary.\n\nThe VeraCrypt Rescue Disk ISO image will be created in the location specified below.</entry>
 1113     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_WIN_ISOBURN_PRELAUNCH_NOTE">After you click OK, Microsoft Windows Disc Image Burner will be launched. Please use it to burn the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk ISO image to a CD or DVD.\n\nAfter you do so, return to the VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard and follow its instructions.</entry>
 1114     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_BURN_INFO">The Rescue Disk image has been created and stored in this file:\n%s\n\nNow you need to burn it to a CD or DVD.\n\n%lsAfter you burn the Rescue Disk, click Next to verify that it has been correctly burned.</entry>
 1115     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_BURN_INFO_NO_CHECK">The Rescue Disk image has been created and stored in this file:\n%s\n\nNow you should either burn the image to a CD/DVD or move it to a safe location for later use.\n\n%lsClick Next to continue.</entry>
 1116     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_BURN_INFO_NONWIN_ISO_BURNER">IMPORTANT: Note that the file must be written to the CD/DVD as an ISO disk image (not as an individual file). For information on how to do so, please refer to the documentation of your CD/DVD recording software. If you do not have any CD/DVD recording software that can write the ISO disk image to a CD/DVD, click the link below to download such free software.\n\n</entry>
 1117     <entry lang="en" key="LAUNCH_WIN_ISOBURN">Launch Microsoft Windows Disc Image Burner</entry>
 1118     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_BURN_NO_CHECK_WARN">WARNING: If you already created a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk in the past, it cannot be reused for this system partition/drive because it was created for a different master key! Every time you encrypt a system partition/drive, you must create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk for it even if you use the same password.</entry>
 1119     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_SAVE_SYS_ENCRYPTION_SETTINGS">Error: Cannot save system encryption settings.</entry>
 1120     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_INITIATE_SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST">Cannot initiate the system encryption pretest.</entry>
 1121     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_INITIATE_HIDDEN_OS_CREATION">Cannot initiate the process of creation of the hidden operating system.</entry>
 1122     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_TITLE">Wipe Mode</entry>
 1123     <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_WIPE_MODE_INFO">On some types of storage media, when data is overwritten with other data, it may be possible to recover the overwritten data using techniques such as magnetic force microscopy. This also applies to data that are overwritten with their encrypted form (which happens when VeraCrypt initially encrypts an unencrypted partition or drive). According to some studies and governmental publications, recovery of overwritten data can be prevented (or made very difficult) by overwriting the data with pseudorandom and certain non-random data a certain number of times. Therefore, if you believe that an adversary might be able to use such techniques to recover the data you intend to encrypt, you may want to select one of the wipe modes (existing data will NOT be lost). Note that wiping will NOT be performed after the partition/drive is encrypted. When the partition/drive is fully encrypted, no unencrypted data is written to it. Any data being written to it is first encrypted on the fly in memory and only then is the (encrypted) data written to the disk.</entry>
 1124     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_INFO">On some types of storage media, when data is overwritten with other data (e.g. when the data is erased), it may be possible to recover the overwritten data using techniques such as magnetic force microscopy. According to some studies and governmental publications, recovery of overwritten data can be prevented (or made very difficult) by overwriting the data with pseudorandom and certain non-random data a certain number of times. Therefore, if you believe that an adversary might be able to use such techniques to recover the data that is to be erased, you may want to select one of the multi-pass wipe modes.\n\nNote: The more wipe passes you use, the longer it takes to erase the data.</entry>
 1125     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_WIPE_PAGE_TITLE">Wiping</entry>
 1126     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_WIPE_PAGE_INFO_HIDDEN_OS">\nNote: You can interrupt the process of wiping, shut down your computer, start the hidden system again and then resume the process (this wizard will be launched automatically). However, if you interrupt it, the entire process of wiping will have to start from the beginning.</entry>
 1127     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_WIPE_PAGE_INFO">\n\nNote: If you interrupt the process of wiping and then attempt to resume it, the entire process will have to start from the beginning.</entry>
 1128     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_WIPE_ABORT">Do you want to abort the process of wiping?</entry>
 1129     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_WIPE_START">Warning: The entire content of the selected partition/device will be erased and lost.</entry>
 1130     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_WIPE_START_DECOY_SYS_PARTITION">The entire content of the partition where the original system resides will be erased.\n\nNote: The entire content of the partition that is to be erased has been copied to this hidden system partition.</entry>
 1131     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_WARN">WARNING: Note that when you choose e.g. the 3-pass wipe mode, the time necessary to encrypt the partition/drive will be up to 4 times longer. Likewise, if you choose the 35-pass wipe mode, it will be up to 36 times longer (it might even take several weeks).\n\nHowever, please note that wiping will NOT be performed after the partition/drive is fully encrypted. When the partition/drive is fully encrypted, no unencrypted data is written to it. Any data being written to it is first encrypted on the fly in memory and only then is the (encrypted) data written to the disk (so the performance will NOT be affected).\n\nAre you sure you want to use the wipe mode?</entry>
 1132     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_NONE">None (fastest)</entry>
 1133     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_1_RAND">1-pass (random data)</entry>
 1134     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_3_DOD_5220">3-pass (US DoD 5220.22-M)</entry>
 1135     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_7_DOD_5220">7-pass (US DoD 5220.22-M)</entry>
 1136     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_35_GUTMANN">35-pass ("Gutmann")</entry>
 1137     <entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_256">256-pass</entry>
 1138     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_MULTI_BOOT_MODE_TITLE">Number of Operating Systems</entry>
 1139     <entry lang="en" key="MULTI_BOOT_FOR_ADVANCED_ONLY">WARNING: Inexperienced users should never attempt to encrypt Windows in multi-boot configurations.\n\nContinue?</entry>
 1140     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_MULTI_BOOT">When creating/using a hidden operating system, VeraCrypt supports multi-boot configurations only when the following conditions are met:\n\n- The currently running operating system must be installed on the boot drive, which must not contain any other operating systems.\n\n- Operating systems installed on other drives must not use any boot loader residing on the drive on which the currently running operating system is installed.\n\nAre the above conditions met?</entry>
 1141     <entry lang="en" key="UNSUPPORTED_HIDDEN_OS_MULTI_BOOT_CFG">VeraCrypt does not support this multi-boot configuration when creating/using a hidden operating system.</entry>
 1142     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_SYS_EQ_BOOT_TITLE">Boot Drive</entry>
 1143     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_SYS_EQ_BOOT_HELP">Is the currently running operating system installed on the boot drive?\n\nNote: Sometimes, Windows is not installed on the same drive as the Windows boot loader (boot partition). If that is the case, select 'No'.</entry>
 1144     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_PARTITION_MUST_BE_ON_BOOT_DRIVE">VeraCrypt currently does not support encrypting an operating system that does not boot from the drive on which it is installed.</entry>
 1145     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_NBR_SYS_DRIVES_TITLE">Number of System Drives</entry>
 1146     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_NBR_SYS_DRIVES_HELP">How many drives contain an operating system?\n\nNote: For example, if you have any operating system (e.g. Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, etc.) installed on your primary drive and any additional operating system installed on your secondary drive, select '2 or more'.</entry>
 1147     <entry lang="en" key="WDE_UNSUPPORTED_FOR_MULTIPLE_SYSTEMS_ON_ONE_DRIVE">VeraCrypt currently does not support encrypting a whole drive that contains multiple operating systems.\n\nPossible Solutions:\n\n- You can still encrypt one of the systems if you go back and choose to encrypt only a single system partition (as opposed to choosing to encrypt the entire system drive).\n\n- Alternatively, you will be able to encrypt the entire drive if you move some of the systems to other drives leaving only one system on the drive you want to encrypt.</entry>
 1148     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_ADJACENT_SYS_TITLE">Multiple Systems on Single Drive</entry>
 1149     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_ADJACENT_SYS_HELP">Are there any other operating systems installed on the drive on which the currently running operating system is installed?\n\nNote: For example, if the currently running operating system is installed on the drive #0, which contains several partitions, and if one of the partitions contains Windows and another partition contains any additional operating system (e.g. Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, etc.), select 'Yes'.</entry>
 1150     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_NONWIN_BOOT_LOADER_TITLE">Non-Windows Boot Loader</entry>
 1151     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_NONWIN_BOOT_LOADER_HELP">Is a non-Windows boot loader (or boot manager) installed in the master boot record (MBR)?\n\nNote: For example, if the first track of the boot drive contains GRUB, LILO, XOSL, or some other non-Windows boot manager (or boot loader), select 'Yes'.</entry>
 1152     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_MULTI_BOOT_OUTCOME_TITLE">Multi-Boot</entry>
 1153     <entry lang="en" key="CUSTOM_BOOT_MANAGERS_IN_MBR_UNSUPPORTED">VeraCrypt currently does not support multi-boot configurations where a non-Windows boot loader is installed in the Master Boot Record.\n\nPossible Solutions:\n\n- If you use a boot manager to boot Windows and Linux, move the boot manager (typically, GRUB) from the Master Boot Record to a partition. Then start this wizard again and encrypt the system partition/drive. Note that the VeraCrypt Boot Loader will become your primary boot manager and it will allow you to launch the original boot manager (e.g. GRUB) as your secondary boot manager (by pressing Esc in the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen) and thus you will be able boot Linux.</entry>
 1154     <entry lang="en" key="WINDOWS_BOOT_LOADER_HINTS">If the currently running operating system is installed on the boot partition, then, after you encrypt it, you will need to enter the correct password even if you want to start any other unencrypted Windows system(s) (as they will share a single encrypted Windows boot loader/manager).\n\nIn contrast, if the currently running operating system is not installed on the boot partition (or if the Windows boot loader/manager is not used by any other system), then, after you encrypt this system, you will not need to enter the correct password to boot the other unencrypted system(s) -- you will only need to press the Esc key to start the unencrypted system (if there are multiple unencrypted systems, you will also need to choose which system to start in the VeraCrypt Boot Manager menu).\n\nNote: Typically, the earliest installed Windows system is installed on the boot partition.</entry>
 1155     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_PRE_DRIVE_ANALYSIS_TITLE">Encryption of Host Protected Area</entry>
 1156     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_PRE_DRIVE_ANALYSIS_HELP">At the end of many drives, there is an area that is normally hidden from the operating system (such areas are usually referred to as Host Protected Areas). However, some programs can read and write data from/to such areas.\n\nWARNING: Some computer manufacturers may use such areas to store tools and data for RAID, system recovery, system setup, diagnostic, or other purposes. If such tools or data must be accessible before booting, the hidden area should NOT be encrypted (choose 'No' above).\n\nDo you want VeraCrypt to detect and encrypt such a hidden area (if any) at the end of the system drive?</entry>
 1157     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_TYPE_PAGE_TITLE">Type of System Encryption</entry>
 1158     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_NORMAL_TYPE_HELP">Select this option if you merely want to encrypt the system partition or the entire system drive.</entry>
 1159     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_HIDDEN_TYPE_HELP">It may happen that you are forced by somebody to decrypt the operating system. There are many situations where you cannot refuse to do so (for example, due to extortion). If you select this option, you will create a hidden operating system whose existence should be impossible to prove (provided that certain guidelines are followed). Thus, you will not have to decrypt or reveal the password to the hidden operating system. For a detailed explanation, please click the link below.</entry>
 1160     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_PREINFO">It may happen that you are forced by somebody to decrypt the operating system. There are many situations where you cannot refuse to do so (for example, due to extortion).\n\nUsing this wizard, you can create a hidden operating system whose existence should be impossible to prove (provided that certain guidelines are followed). Thus, you will not have to decrypt or reveal the password for the hidden operating system.</entry>
 1161     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_HIDDEN_OS_REQ_CHECK_PAGE_TITLE">Hidden Operating System</entry>
 1162     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_HIDDEN_OS_REQ_CHECK_PAGE_HELP">In the following steps, you will create two VeraCrypt volumes (outer and hidden) within the first partition behind the system partition. The hidden volume will contain the hidden operating system (OS). VeraCrypt will create the hidden OS by copying the content of the system partition (where the currently running OS is installed) to the hidden volume. To the outer volume, you will copy some sensitive looking files that you actually do NOT want to hide. They will be there for anyone forcing you to disclose the password for the hidden OS partition. You can reveal the password for the outer volume within the hidden OS partition (the existence of the hidden OS remains secret).\n\nFinally, on the system partition of the currently running OS, you will install a new OS, so-called decoy OS, and encrypt it. It must not contain sensitive data and will be there for anyone forcing you to reveal your pre-boot authentication password. In total, there will be three passwords. Two of them can be disclosed (for the decoy OS and outer volume). If you use the third one, the hidden OS will start.</entry>
 1163     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_DRIVE_ANALYSIS_TITLE">Detecting Hidden Sectors</entry>
 1164     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_DRIVE_ANALYSIS_INFO">Please wait while VeraCrypt is detecting possible hidden sectors at the end of the system drive. Note that it may take a long time to complete.\n\nNote: In very rare cases, on some computers, the system may become unresponsive during this detection process. If it happens, restart the computer, start VeraCrypt, repeat the previous steps but skip this detection process. Note that this issue is not caused by a bug in VeraCrypt.</entry>
 1165     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_SPAN_TITLE">Area to Encrypt</entry>
 1166     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_SPAN_WHOLE_SYS_DRIVE_HELP">Select this option if you want to encrypt the entire drive on which the currently running Windows system is installed. The whole drive, including all its partitions, will be encrypted except the first track where the VeraCrypt Boot Loader will reside. Anyone who wants to access a system installed on the drive, or files stored on the drive, will need to enter the correct password each time before the system starts. This option cannot be used to encrypt a secondary or external drive if Windows is not installed on it and does not boot from it.</entry>
 1167     <entry lang="en" key="COLLECTING_RANDOM_DATA_TITLE">Collecting Random Data</entry>
 1168     <entry lang="en" key="KEYS_GEN_TITLE">Keys Generated</entry>
 1169     <entry lang="en" key="CD_BURNER_NOT_PRESENT">VeraCrypt has found no CD/DVD burner connected to your computer. VeraCrypt needs a CD/DVD burner to burn a bootable VeraCrypt Rescue Disk containing a backup of the encryption keys, VeraCrypt boot loader, original system loader, etc.\n\nWe strongly recommend that you burn the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk.</entry>
 1170     <entry lang="en" key="CD_BURNER_NOT_PRESENT_WILL_STORE_ISO">I have no CD/DVD burner but I will store the Rescue Disk ISO image on a removable drive (e.g. USB flash drive).</entry>
 1171     <entry lang="en" key="CD_BURNER_NOT_PRESENT_WILL_CONNECT_LATER">I will connect a CD/DVD burner to my computer later. Terminate the process now.</entry>
 1172     <entry lang="en" key="CD_BURNER_NOT_PRESENT_CONNECTED_NOW">A CD/DVD burner is connected to my computer now. Continue and write the Rescue Disk.</entry>
 1173     <entry lang="en" key="CD_BURNER_NOT_PRESENT_WILL_STORE_ISO_INFO">Please follow these steps:\n\n1) Connect a removable drive, such as a USB flash drive, to your computer now.\n\n2) Copy the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk image file (%s) to the removable drive.\n\nIn case you need to use the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk in the future, you will be able to connect your removable drive (containing the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk image) to a computer with a CD/DVD burner and create a bootable VeraCrypt Rescue Disk by burning the image to a CD or DVD. IMPORTANT: Note that the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk image file must be written to the CD/DVD as an ISO disk image (not as an individual file).</entry>
 1174     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_RECORDING_TITLE">Rescue Disk Recording</entry>
 1175     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_CREATED_TITLE">Rescue Disk Created</entry>
 1176     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_TITLE">System Encryption Pretest</entry>
 1177     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_DISK_VERIFIED_TITLE">Rescue Disk Verified</entry>
 1178     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_VERIFIED_INFO">\nThe VeraCrypt Rescue Disk has been successfully verified. Please remove it from the drive now and store it in a safe place.\n\nClick Next to continue.</entry>
 1179     <entry lang="en" key="REMOVE_RESCUE_DISK_FROM_DRIVE">WARNING: During the next steps, the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk must not be in the drive. Otherwise, it will not be possible to complete the steps correctly.\n\nPlease remove it from the drive now and store it in a safe place. Then click OK.</entry>
 1180     <entry lang="en" key="PREBOOT_NOT_LOCALIZED">Warning: Due to technical limitations of the pre-boot environment, texts displayed by VeraCrypt in the pre-boot environment (i.e. before Windows starts) cannot be localized. The VeraCrypt Boot Loader user interface is completely in English.\n\nContinue?</entry>
 1181     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_INFO">Before encrypting your system partition or drive, VeraCrypt needs to verify that everything works correctly.\n\nAfter you click Test, all the necessary components (for example, the pre-boot authentication component, i.e. the VeraCrypt Boot Loader) will be installed and your computer will be restarted. Then you will have to enter your password in the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen that will appear before Windows starts. After Windows starts, you will be automatically informed about the result of this pretest.\n\nThe following device will be modified: Drive #%d\n\n\nIf you click Cancel now, nothing will be installed and the pretest will not be performed.</entry>
 1182     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_INFO2_PORTION_1">IMPORTANT NOTES -- PLEASE READ OR PRINT (click 'Print'):\n\nNote that none of your files will be encrypted before you successfully restart your computer and start Windows. Thus, if anything fails, your data will NOT be lost. However, if something does go wrong, you might encounter difficulties in starting Windows. Therefore, please read (and, if possible, print) the following guidelines on what to do if Windows cannot start after you restart the computer.\n\n</entry>
 1183     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_INFO2_PORTION_2">What to Do If Windows Cannot Start\n------------------------------------------------\n\nNote: These instructions are valid only if you have not started encrypting.\n\n- If Windows does not start after you enter the correct password (or if you repeatedly enter the correct password but VeraCrypt says that the password is incorrect), do not panic. Restart (power off and on) the computer, and in the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen, press the Esc key on your keyboard (and if you have multiple systems, choose which to start). Then Windows should start (provided that it is not encrypted) and VeraCrypt will automatically ask whether you want to uninstall the pre-boot authentication component. Note that the previous steps do NOT work if the system partition/drive is encrypted (nobody can start Windows or access encrypted data on the drive without the correct password even if he or she follows the previous steps).\n\n</entry>
 1184     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_INFO2_PORTION_3">- If the previous steps do not help or if the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen does not appear (before Windows starts), insert the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk into your CD/DVD drive and restart your computer. If the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk screen does not appear (or if you do not see the 'Repair Options' item in the 'Keyboard Controls' section of the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk screen), it is possible that your BIOS is configured to attempt to boot from hard drives before CD/DVD drives. If that is the case, restart your computer, press F2 or Delete (as soon as you see a BIOS start-up screen), and wait until a BIOS configuration screen appears. If no BIOS configuration screen appears, restart (reset) the computer again and start pressing F2 or Delete repeatedly as soon as you restart (reset) the computer. When a BIOS configuration screen appears, configure your BIOS to boot from the CD/DVD drive first (for information on how to do so, please refer to the documentation for your BIOS/motherboard or contact your computer vendor's technical support team for assistance). Then restart your computer. The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk screen should appear now. In the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk screen, select 'Repair Options' by pressing F8 on your keyboard. From the 'Repair Options' menu, select 'Restore original system loader'. Then remove the Rescue Disk from your CD/DVD drive and restart your computer. Windows should start normally (provided that it is not encrypted).\n\n</entry>
 1185     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_INFO2_PORTION_4">Note that the previous steps do NOT work if the system partition/drive is encrypted (nobody can start Windows or access encrypted data on the drive without the correct password even if he or she follows the previous steps).\n\n\nNote that even if you lose your VeraCrypt Rescue Disk and an attacker finds it, he or she will NOT be able to decrypt the system partition or drive without the correct password.</entry>
 1186     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_RESULT_TITLE">Pretest Completed</entry>
 1187     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST_RESULT_INFO">The pretest has been successfully completed.\n\nWARNING: Please note that if power supply is suddenly interrupted while encrypting existing data in place, or when the operating system crashes due to a software error or hardware malfunction while VeraCrypt is encrypting existing data in place, portions of the data will be corrupted or lost. Therefore, before you start encrypting, please make sure that you have backup copies of the files you want to encrypt. If you do not, please back up the files now (you can click Defer, back up the files, then run VeraCrypt again anytime, and select 'System' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process' to start encrypting).\n\nWhen ready, click Encrypt to start encrypting.</entry>
 1188     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_ENCRYPTION_PAGE_INFO">You can click Pause or Defer anytime to interrupt the process of encryption or decryption, exit this wizard, restart or shut down your computer, and then resume the process, which will continue from the point it was stopped. To prevent slowdown when the system or applications write or read data from the system drive, VeraCrypt automatically waits until the data is written or read (see Status above) and then automatically continues encrypting or decrypting.</entry>
 1189     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_ENCRYPTION_PAGE_INFO">\n\nYou can click Pause or Defer anytime to interrupt the process of encryption, exit this wizard, restart or shut down your computer, and then resume the process, which will continue from the point it was stopped. Note that the volume cannot be mounted until it has been fully encrypted.</entry>
 1190     <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_DEC_DECRYPTION_PAGE_INFO">\n\nYou can click Pause or Defer anytime to interrupt the process of decryption, exit this wizard, restart or shut down the computer, and then resume the process, which will continue from the point where it was stopped. Note that the volume cannot be mounted until it has been fully decrypted.</entry>
 1191     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_HIDDEN_OS_INITIAL_INFO_TITLE">Hidden System Started</entry>
 1192     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_HIDDEN_OS_WIPE_INFO_TITLE">Original System</entry>
 1193     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_HIDDEN_OS_WIPE_INFO">Windows creates (typically, without your knowledge or consent) various log files, temporary files, etc., on the system partition. It also saves the content of RAM to hibernation and paging files located on the system partition. Therefore, if an adversary analyzed files stored on the partition where the original system (of which the hidden system is a clone) resides, he might find out, for example, that you used the VeraCrypt wizard in the hidden-system-creation mode (which might indicate the existence of a hidden operating system on your computer).\n\nTo prevent such issues, VeraCrypt will, in the next steps, securely erase the entire content of the partition where the original system resides. Afterwards, in order to achieve plausible deniability, you will need to install a new system on the partition and encrypt it. Thus you will create the decoy system and the whole process of creation of the hidden operating system will be completed.</entry>
 1194     <entry lang="en" key="OS_WIPING_NOT_FINISHED_ASK">The hidden operating system has been successfully created. However, before you can start using it (and achieve plausible deniability), you need to securely erase (using VeraCrypt) the entire content of the partition where the currently running operating system is installed. Before you can do that, you need to restart the computer and, in the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen (which appears before Windows starts), enter the pre-boot authentication password for the hidden operating system. Then, after the hidden system starts, the VeraCrypt wizard will be launched automatically.\n\nNote: If you choose to terminate the process of creation of the hidden operating system now, you will NOT be able to resume the process and the hidden system will NOT be accessible (because the VeraCrypt Boot Loader will be removed).</entry>
 1195     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_CREATION_NOT_FINISHED_ASK">You have scheduled the process of creation of a hidden operating system. The process has not been completed yet. To complete it, you need to restart the computer and, in the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen (which appears before Windows starts), enter the password for the hidden operating system.\n\nNote: If you choose to terminate the process of creation of the hidden operating system now, you will NOT be able to resume the process.</entry>
 1196     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_CREATION_NOT_FINISHED_CHOICE_RETRY">Restart the computer and proceed</entry>
 1197     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_CREATION_NOT_FINISHED_CHOICE_TERMINATE">Permanently terminate the process of creation of the hidden operating system</entry>
 1198     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_CREATION_NOT_FINISHED_CHOICE_ASK_LATER">Do nothing now and ask again later</entry>
 1199     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_1">\nIF POSSIBLE, PLEASE PRINT THIS TEXT (click 'Print' below).\n\n\nHow and When to Use VeraCrypt Rescue Disk (After Encrypting)\n-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n\n</entry>
 1200     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_2">I. How to Boot VeraCrypt Rescue Disk\n\nTo boot a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk, insert it into your CD/DVD drive and restart your computer. If the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk screen does not appear (or if you do not see the 'Repair Options' item in the 'Keyboard Controls' section of the screen), it is possible that your BIOS is configured to attempt to boot from hard drives before CD/DVD drives. If that is the case, restart your computer, press F2 or Delete (as soon as you see a BIOS start-up screen), and wait until a BIOS configuration screen appears. If no BIOS configuration screen appears, restart (reset) the computer again and start pressing F2 or Delete repeatedly as soon as you restart (reset) the computer. When a BIOS configuration screen appears, configure your BIOS to boot from the CD/DVD drive first (for information on how to do so, please refer to the documentation for your BIOS/motherboard or contact your computer vendor's technical support team for assistance). Then restart your computer. The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk screen should appear now. Note: In the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk screen, you can select 'Repair Options' by pressing F8 on your keyboard.\n\n\n</entry>
 1201     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_3">II. When and How to Use VeraCrypt Rescue Disk (After Encrypting)\n\n</entry>
 1202     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_4">1) If the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen does not appear after you start your computer (or if Windows does not boot), the VeraCrypt Boot Loader may be damaged. The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk allows you to restore it and thus to regain access to your encrypted system and data (however, note that you will still have to enter the correct password then). In the Rescue Disk screen, select 'Repair Options' > 'Restore VeraCrypt Boot Loader'. Then press 'Y' to confirm the action, remove the Rescue Disk from your CD/DVD drive and restart your computer.\n\n</entry>
 1203     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_5">2) If you repeatedly enter the correct password but VeraCrypt says that the password is incorrect, the master key or other critical data may be damaged. The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk allows you to restore them and thus to regain access to your encrypted system and data (however, note that you will still have to enter the correct password then). In the Rescue Disk screen, select 'Repair Options' > 'Restore key data'. Then enter your password, press 'Y' to confirm the action, remove the Rescue Disk from your CD/DVD drive, and restart your computer.\n\n</entry>
 1204     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_6">3) If the VeraCrypt Boot Loader is damaged, you can avoid running it by booting directly from the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk. Insert your Rescue Disk into your CD/DVD drive and then enter your password in the Rescue Disk screen.\n\n</entry>
 1205     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_7">4) If Windows is damaged and cannot start, the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk allows you to permanently decrypt the partition/drive before Windows starts. In the Rescue Disk screen, select 'Repair Options' > 'Permanently decrypt system partition/drive'. Enter the correct password and wait until decryption is complete. Then you can e.g. boot your MS Windows setup CD/DVD to repair your Windows installation.\n\n</entry>
 1206     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_8">Note: Alternatively, if Windows is damaged (cannot start) and you need to repair it (or access files on it), you can avoid decrypting the system partition/drive by following these steps: If you have multiple operating systems installed on your computer, boot the one that does not require pre-boot authentication. If you do not have multiple operating systems installed on your computer, you can boot a WinPE or BartPE CD/DVD or you can connect your system drive as a secondary or external drive to another computer and then boot the operating system installed on the computer. After you boot a system, run VeraCrypt, click 'Select Device', select the affected system partition, click 'OK', select 'System' > 'Mount Without Pre-Boot Authentication', enter your pre-boot authentication password and click 'OK'. The partition will be mounted as a regular VeraCrypt volume (data will be on-the-fly decrypted/encrypted in RAM on access, as usual).\n\n\n</entry>
 1207     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_HELP_PORTION_9">Note that even if you lose your VeraCrypt Rescue Disk and an attacker finds it, he or she will NOT be able to decrypt the system partition or drive without the correct password.</entry>
 1208     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_1">\n\nI M P O R T A N T -- PLEASE PRINT THIS TEXT IF POSSIBLE (click 'Print' below).\n\n\nNote: This text will be automatically displayed each time you start the hidden system until you start creating the decoy system.\n\n\n</entry>
 1209     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_2">How to Create Decoy System Safely and Securely\n----------------------------------------------------------------------------\n\nIn order to achieve plausible deniability, you need to create the decoy operating system now. To do so, follow these steps:\n\n</entry>
 1210     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_3">1) For security reasons, shut down your computer and leave it powered off for at least several minutes (the longer, the better). This is required to clear the memory, which contains sensitive data. Then turn on the computer but do not boot the hidden system.\n\n</entry>
 1211     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_4">2) Install Windows on the partition whose content has been erased (i.e. on the partition where the original system, of which the hidden system is a clone, was installed).\n\nIMPORTANT: WHEN YOU START INSTALLING THE DECOY SYSTEM, THE HIDDEN SYSTEM WILL *NOT* BE POSSIBLE TO BOOT (because the VeraCrypt Boot Loader will be erased by the Windows system installer). THIS IS NORMAL AND EXPECTED. PLEASE DO NOT PANIC. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BOOT THE HIDDEN SYSTEM AGAIN AS SOON AS YOU START ENCRYPTING THE DECOY SYSTEM (because VeraCrypt will then automatically install the VeraCrypt Boot Loader on the system drive).\n\nImportant: The size of the decoy system partition must remain the same as the size of the hidden volume (this condition is now met). Moreover, you must not create any partition between the decoy system partition and the partition where the hidden system resides.\n\n</entry>
 1212     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_5">3) Boot the decoy system (which you installed in step 2 and install VeraCrypt on it).\n\nKeep in mind that the decoy system must never contain any sensitive data.\n\n</entry>
 1213     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_6">4) On the decoy system, run VeraCrypt and select 'System' &gt; 'Encrypt System Partition/Drive'. The VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard window should appear.\n\nThe following steps apply to the VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard.\n\n</entry>
 1214     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_7">5) In the VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard, do NOT select the 'Hidden' option. Leave the 'Normal' option selected and click 'Next'.\n\n</entry>
 1215     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_8">6) Select the option 'Encrypt the Windows system partition' and then click 'Next'.\n\n</entry>
 1216     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_9">7) If there are only the hidden system and the decoy system installed on the computer, select the option 'Single-boot' (if there are more than these two systems installed on the computer, select 'Multi-boot'). Then click 'Next'.\n\n</entry>
 1217     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_10">8) IMPORTANT: In this step, FOR THE DECOY SYSTEM, YOU MUST SELECT THE SAME ENCRYPTION ALGORITHM AND HASH ALGORITHM THAT YOU SELECTED FOR THE HIDDEN SYSTEM! OTHERWISE, THE HIDDEN SYSTEM WILL BE INACCESSIBLE! In other words, the decoy system must be encrypted with the same encryption algorithm as the hidden system. Note: The reason is that the decoy system and the hidden system will share a single boot loader, which supports only a single algorithm, selected by the user (for each algorithm, there is a special version of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader).\n\n</entry>
 1218     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_11">9) In this step, choose a password for the decoy operating system. This will be the password that you will be able to reveal to an adversary if you are asked or forced to disclose your pre-boot authentication password (the other password you can reveal is the one for the outer volume). The existence of the third password (i.e. of the pre-boot authentication password for the hidden operating system) will remain secret.\n\nImportant: The password you choose for the decoy system must be substantially different from the one you chose for the hidden volume (i.e. for the hidden operating system).\n\n</entry>
 1219     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_12">10) Follow the remaining instructions in the wizard so as to encrypt the decoy operating system.\n\n\n\n</entry>
 1220     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_13">After Decoy System Is Created\n------------------------------------------------\n\nAfter you encrypt the decoy system, the whole process of creation of the hidden operating system will be completed and you will be able to use these three passwords:\n\n1) Pre-boot authentication password for the hidden operating system.\n\n2) Pre-boot authentication password for the decoy operating system.\n\n3) Password for the outer volume.\n\n</entry>
 1221     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_14">If you want to start the hidden operating system, you will just need to enter the password for the hidden operating system in the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen (which appears after you turn on or restart your computer).\n\nIf you want to start the decoy operating system, you will just need to enter the password for the decoy operating system in the VeraCrypt Boot Loader screen.\n\nThe password for the decoy system can be disclosed to anyone forcing you to reveal your pre-boot authentication password. The existence of the hidden volume (and of the hidden operating system) will remain secret.\n\n</entry>
 1222     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_15">The third password (for the outer volume) can be disclosed to anyone forcing you to reveal the password for the first partition behind the system partition, where both the outer volume and the hidden volume (containing the hidden operating system) reside. The existence of the hidden volume (and of the hidden operating system) will remain secret.\n\n\n</entry>
 1223     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_16">If you revealed the password for the decoy system to an adversary and he asked you why the free space of the (decoy) system partition contains random data, you could answer, for example: "The partition previously contained a system encrypted by VeraCrypt, but I forgot the pre-boot authentication password (or the system was damaged and stopped booting), so I had to reinstall Windows and encrypt the partition again."\n\n\n</entry>
 1224     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_17">If all the instructions are followed and if the precautions and requirements listed in the section "Security Requirements and Precautions Pertaining to Hidden Volumes" in the VeraCrypt User's Guide are followed, it should be impossible to prove that the hidden volume and hidden operating system exist, even when the outer volume is mounted or when the decoy operating system is decrypted or started.\n\nIf you save a copy of this text or print it (strongly recommended, unless your printer stores copies of documents it prints on its internal drive), you should destroy any copies of it after you have created the decoy system and after you have understood all the information contained in the text (otherwise, if such a copy was found, it might indicate that there is a hidden operating system on this computer).\n\n</entry>
 1225     <entry lang="en" key="DECOY_OS_INSTRUCTIONS_PORTION_18">WARNING: IF YOU DO NOT PROTECT THE HIDDEN VOLUME (for information on how to do so, refer to the section "Protection of Hidden Volumes Against Damage" in the VeraCrypt User's Guide), DO NOT WRITE TO THE OUTER VOLUME (note that the decoy operating system is NOT installed in the outer volume). OTHERWISE, YOU MAY OVERWRITE AND DAMAGE THE HIDDEN VOLUME (AND THE HIDDEN OPERATING SYSTEM WITHIN IT)!</entry>
 1226     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_CREATION_PREINFO_TITLE">Operating System Cloning</entry>
 1227     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_OS_CREATION_PREINFO_HELP">In the next steps, VeraCrypt will create the hidden operating system by copying the content of the system partition to the hidden volume (data being copied will be encrypted on the fly with an encryption key different from the one that will be used for the decoy operating system).\n\nPlease note that the process will be performed in the pre-boot environment (before Windows starts) and it may take a long time to complete; several hours or even several days (depending on the size of the system partition and on the performance of your computer).\n\nYou will be able to interrupt the process, shut down your computer, start the operating system and then resume the process. However, if you interrupt it, the entire process of copying the system will have to start from the beginning (because the content of the system partition must not change during cloning).</entry>
 1228     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_CANCEL_HIDDEN_OS_CREATION">Do you want to cancel the entire process of creation of the hidden operating system?\n\nNote: You will NOT be able to resume the process if you cancel it now.</entry>
 1229     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_CANCEL_SYS_ENC_PRETEST">Do you want to cancel the system encryption pretest?</entry>
 1230     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_PRETEST_FAILED_RETRY">The VeraCrypt system encryption pretest failed. Do you want to try again?\n\nIf you select 'No', the pre-boot authentication component will be uninstalled.\n\nNotes:\n\n- If the VeraCrypt Boot Loader did not ask you to enter the password before Windows started, it is possible that your operating system does not boot from the drive on which it is installed. This is not supported.\n\n- If you used an encryption algorithm other than AES and the pretest failed (and you entered the password), it may have been caused by an inappropriately designed driver. Select 'No', and try encrypting the system partition/drive again, but use the AES encryption algorithm (which has the lowest memory requirements).\n\n- For more possible causes and solutions, see: https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/Troubleshooting.html</entry>
 1231     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_DRIVE_NOT_ENCRYPTED">The system partition/drive does not appear to be encrypted (neither partially nor fully).</entry>
 1232     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_FAILED_BOOT_DRIVE_ENCRYPTED">Your system partition/drive is encrypted (partially or fully).\n\nPlease decrypt your system partition/drive entirely before proceeding. To do so, select 'System' &gt; 'Permanently Decrypt System Partition/Drive' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.</entry>
 1233     <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_FAILED_BOOT_DRIVE_ENCRYPTED_DOWNGRADE">When the system partition/drive is encrypted (partially or fully), you cannot downgrade VeraCrypt (but you can upgrade it or reinstall the same version).</entry>
 1234     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_ENCRYPTION_OR_DECRYPTION_IN_PROGRESS">Your system partition/drive is currently being encrypted, decrypted, or otherwise modified. Please interrupt the encryption/decryption/modification process (or wait until it is complete) before proceeding.</entry>
 1235     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_IN_PROGRESS_ELSEWHERE">An instance of the VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard is currently running on this system and performing or preparing encryption/decryption of the system partition/drive. Before you proceed, please wait for it to finish or close it. If you cannot close it, please restart your computer before proceeding.</entry>
 1236     <entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_NOT_COMPLETED">The process of encryption or decryption of the system partition/drive has not been completed. Please wait until it is complete before proceeding.</entry>
 1237     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_ENCRYPTION_NOT_COMPLETED">Error: The process of encryption of the partition/drive has not been completed. It must be completed first.</entry>
 1238     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_INCOMPLETE">Error: The process of encryption or decryption of the partition/volume has not been completed. It must be completed first.\n\nNote: To resume the process, select 'Volumes' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.</entry>
 1239     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_SYS_HIDVOL_HEAD_REENC_MODE_WRONG">The password is correct, VeraCrypt has successfully decrypted the volume header and detected that this volume is a hidden system volume. However, you cannot modify the header of a hidden system volume this way.\n\nTo change the password for a hidden system volume, boot the operating system residing in the hidden volume, and then select 'System' &gt; 'Change Password' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.\n\nTo set the header key derivation algorithm, boot the hidden operating system and then select 'System' &gt; 'Set Header Key Derivation Algorithm'.</entry>
 1240     <entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_DECRYPT_HIDDEN_OS">VeraCrypt does not support in-place decryption of a hidden system partition.\n\nNote: If you want to decrypt the decoy system partition, boot the decoy system, and then select 'System' &gt; 'Permanently Decrypt System Partition/Drive' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.</entry>
 1241     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_PARAMETER_INCORRECT">Error: Incorrect/invalid parameter.</entry>
 1242     <entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_SELECTED_IN_NON_DEVICE_MODE">You have selected a partition or a device but the wizard mode you selected is suitable only for file containers.\n\nDo you want to change the wizard mode?</entry>
 1243     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_CHANGE_WIZARD_MODE_TO_FILE_CONTAINER">Do you want to create a VeraCrypt file container instead?</entry>
 1244     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION_MODE">You have selected the system partition/drive (or the boot partition), but the wizard mode you selected is suitable only for non-system partitions/drives.\n\nDo you want to set up pre-boot authentication (which means that you will need to enter your password each time before Windows boots/starts) and encrypt the system partition/drive?</entry>
 1245     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_DECRYPT_SYS_DEVICE">Are you sure you want to permanently decrypt the system partition/drive?</entry>
 1246     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_DECRYPT_SYS_DEVICE_CAUTION">CAUTION: If you permanently decrypt the system partition/drive, unencrypted data will be written to it.\n\nAre you really sure you want to permanently decrypt the system partition/drive?</entry>
 1247     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_DECRYPT_NON_SYS_DEVICE">Are you sure you want to permanently decrypt the following volume?</entry>
 1248     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_DECRYPT_NON_SYS_DEVICE_CAUTION">CAUTION: If you permanently decrypt the VeraCrypt volume, unencrypted data will be written to the disk.\n\nAre you really sure you want to permanently decrypt the selected volume?</entry>
 1249     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_CASCADE_FOR_SYS_ENCRYPTION">Warning: If you use a cascade of ciphers for system encryption, you may encounter the following issues:\n\n1) The VeraCrypt Boot Loader is larger than normal and, therefore, there is not enough space in the first drive track for a backup of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader. Hence, whenever it gets damaged (which often happens, for example, during inappropriately designed anti-piracy activation procedures of certain programs), you will need to use the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk to boot or to repair the VeraCrypt Boot Loader.\n\n2) On some computers, resuming from hibernation takes longer.\n\nThese potential issues can be prevented by choosing a non-cascade encryption algorithm (e.g. AES).\n\nAre you sure you want to use a cascade of ciphers?</entry>
 1250     <entry lang="en" key="NOTE_CASCADE_FOR_SYS_ENCRYPTION">If you encounter any of the previously described problems, decrypt the partition/drive (if it is encrypted) and then try encrypting it again using a non-cascade encryption algorithm (e.g. AES).</entry>
 1251     <entry lang="en" key="UPDATE_TC_IN_DECOY_OS_FIRST">WARNING: For safety and security reasons, you should update VeraCrypt on the decoy operating system before you update it on the hidden operating system.\n\nTo do so, boot the decoy system and run the VeraCrypt installer from within it. Then boot the hidden system and run the installer from within it as well.\n\nNote: The decoy system and the hidden system share a single boot loader. If you upgraded VeraCrypt only on the hidden system (but not on the decoy system), the decoy system would contain a VeraCrypt driver and VeraCrypt applications whose version numbers are different from the version number of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader. Such a discrepancy might indicate that there is a hidden operating system on this computer.\n\n\nDo you want to continue?</entry>
 1252     <entry lang="en" key="UPDATE_TC_IN_HIDDEN_OS_TOO">The version number of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader that booted this operating system is different from the version number of the VeraCrypt driver (and of the VeraCrypt applications) installed on this system.\n\nYou should run the VeraCrypt installer (whose version number is the same as the one of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader) to update VeraCrypt on this operating system.</entry>
 1253     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_VERSION_DIFFERENT_FROM_DRIVER_VERSION">The version number of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader that booted this operating system is different from the version number of the VeraCrypt driver (and of the VeraCrypt applications) installed on this system. Note that older versions may contain bugs fixed in later versions.\n\nIf you did not boot from the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk, you should reinstall VeraCrypt or upgrade it to the latest stable version (the boot loader will be updated too).\n\nIf you booted from the VeraCrypt Rescue Disk, you should update it ('System' > 'Create Rescue Disk').</entry>
 1254     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_UPGRADE_OK">The VeraCrypt Boot Loader has been upgraded.\n\nIt is strongly recommended that you create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk (which will contain the new version of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader) by selecting 'System' > 'Create Rescue Disk' after you restart your computer.</entry>
 1255     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_UPGRADE_OK_HIDDEN_OS">The VeraCrypt Boot Loader has been upgraded.\n\nIt is strongly recommended that you boot the decoy operating system and then create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk (which will contain the new version of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader) by selecting 'System' > 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
 1256     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_UPGRADE_FAILED">Failed to upgrade the VeraCrypt Boot Loader.</entry>
 1257     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_DRIVE_SIZE_PROBE_TIMEOUT">VeraCrypt failed to detect the real size of the system drive and, therefore, the size reported by the operating system (which may be smaller than the real size) will be used. Also note that this is not a bug in VeraCrypt.</entry>
 1258     <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_SECTOR_DETECTION_FAILED_PREVIOUSLY">WARNING: It appears that VeraCrypt has already tried to detect hidden sectors on this system drive. If you encountered any problems during the previous detection process, you can avoid the problems by skipping the detection of hidden sectors now. Note that if you do so, VeraCrypt will use the size reported by the operating system (which may be smaller than the real size of the drive).\n\nNote that this issue is not caused by a bug in VeraCrypt.</entry>
 1259     <entry lang="en" key="SKIP_HIDDEN_SECTOR_DETECTION">Skip detection of hidden sectors (use the size reported by the operating system)</entry>
 1260     <entry lang="en" key="RETRY_HIDDEN_SECTOR_DETECTION">Try to detect hidden sectors again</entry>
 1261     <entry lang="en" key="ENABLE_BAD_SECTOR_ZEROING">Error: Content of one or more sectors on the disk cannot be read (probably due to a physical defect).\n\nThe process of in-place encryption can continue only when the sectors have been made readable again. VeraCrypt can attempt to make these sectors readable by writing zeros to the sectors (subsequently such all-zero blocks would be encrypted). However, note that any data stored in the unreadable sectors will be lost. If you want to avoid that, you can attempt to recover portions of the corrupted data using appropriate third-party tools.\n\nNote: In case of physically damaged sectors (as opposed to mere data corruption and checksum errors) most types of storage devices internally reallocate the sectors when data is attempted to be written to them (so the existing data in the damaged sectors may remain unencrypted on the drive).\n\nDo you want VeraCrypt to write zeroes to unreadable sectors?</entry>
 1262     <entry lang="en" key="DISCARD_UNREADABLE_ENCRYPTED_SECTORS">Error: Content of one or more sectors on the disk cannot be read (probably due to a physical defect).\n\nTo be able to proceed with decryption, VeraCrypt will have to discard the content of the unreadable sectors (the content will be replaced with pseudorandom data). Please note that, before proceeding, you can attempt to recover portions of any corrupted data using appropriate third-party tools.\n\nDo you want VeraCrypt to discard data in the unreadable sectors now?</entry>
 1263     <entry lang="en" key="ZEROED_BAD_SECTOR_COUNT">Note: VeraCrypt has replaced the content of %I64d unreadable sectors (%s) with encrypted all-zero plaintext blocks.</entry>
 1264     <entry lang="en" key="SKIPPED_BAD_SECTOR_COUNT">Note: VeraCrypt has replaced the content of %I64d unreadable sectors (%s) with pseudorandom data.</entry>
 1265     <entry lang="en" key="ENTER_TOKEN_PASSWORD">Enter password/PIN for token '%s':</entry>
 1266     <entry lang="en" key="PKCS11_LIB_LOCATION_HELP">In order to allow VeraCrypt to access a security token or smart card, you need to install a PKCS #11 software library for the token or smart card first. Such a library may be supplied with the device or it may be available for download from the website of the vendor or other third parties.\n\nAfter you install the library, you can either select it manually by clicking 'Select Library' or you can let VeraCrypt find and select it automatically by clicking 'Auto-Detect Library' (only the Windows system directory will be searched).</entry>
 1267     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_PKCS11_MODULE_HELP">Note: For the filename and location of the PKCS #11 library installed for your security token or smart card, please refer to the documentation supplied with the token, card, or third-party software.\n\nClick 'OK' to select the path and filename.</entry>
 1268     <entry lang="en" key="NO_PKCS11_MODULE_SPECIFIED">In order to allow VeraCrypt to access a security token or smart card, you need to select a PKCS #11 software library for the token/card first. To do so, select 'Settings' > 'Security Tokens'.</entry>
 1269     <entry lang="en" key="PKCS11_MODULE_INIT_FAILED">Failed to initialize PKCS #11 security token library.\n\nPlease make sure the specified path and filename refer to a valid PKCS #11 library. To specify a PKCS #11 library path and filename, select 'Settings' > 'Security Tokens'.</entry>
 1270     <entry lang="en" key="PKCS11_MODULE_AUTO_DETECTION_FAILED">No PKCS #11 library has been found in the Windows system directory.\n\nPlease make sure that a PKCS #11 library for your security token (or for your smart card) is installed (such a library may be supplied with the token/card or it may be available for download from the website of the vendor or other third parties). If it is installed in a directory other than the Windows system directory, click 'Select Library' to locate the library (e.g. in the folder where the software for the token/card is installed).</entry>
 1271     <entry lang="en" key="NO_TOKENS_FOUND">No security token found.\n\nPlease make sure your security token is connected to your computer and the correct device driver for your token is installed.</entry>
 1272     <entry lang="en" key="TOKEN_KEYFILE_NOT_FOUND">Security token keyfile not found.</entry>
 1273     <entry lang="en" key="TOKEN_KEYFILE_ALREADY_EXISTS">A security token keyfile with the same name already exists.</entry>
 1274     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_SEL_FILES_DELETE">Do you want to delete the selected files?</entry>
 1275     <entry lang="en" key="INVALID_TOKEN_KEYFILE_PATH">Security token keyfile path is invalid.</entry>
 1276     <entry lang="en" key="SECURITY_TOKEN_ERROR">Security token error</entry>
 1277     <entry lang="en" key="CKR_PIN_INCORRECT">Password for security token is incorrect.</entry>
 1278     <entry lang="en" key="CKR_DEVICE_MEMORY">The security token does not have enough memory/space to perform the requested operation.\n\nIf you are attempting to import a keyfile, you should select a smaller file or use a keyfile generated by VeraCrypt (select 'Tools' > 'Keyfile Generator').</entry>
 1279     <entry lang="en" key="ALL_TOKEN_SESSIONS_CLOSED">All open security token sessions have been closed.</entry>
 1280     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_TOKEN_KEYFILES">Select Security Token Keyfiles</entry>
 1281     <entry lang="en" key="TOKEN_SLOT_ID">Slot</entry>
 1282     <entry lang="en" key="TOKEN_NAME">Token name</entry>
 1283     <entry lang="en" key="TOKEN_DATA_OBJECT_LABEL">File name</entry>
 1284     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_PASSWORD_CACHE_KEYBOARD_WARNING">IMPORTANT: Please note that pre-boot authentication passwords are always typed using the standard US keyboard layout. Therefore, a volume that uses a password typed using any other keyboard layout may be impossible to mount using a pre-boot authentication password (note that this is not a bug in VeraCrypt). To allow such a volume to be mounted using a pre-boot authentication password, follow these steps:\n\n1) Click 'Select File' or 'Select Device' and select the volume.\n2) Select 'Volumes' > 'Change Volume Password'.\n3) Enter the current password for the volume.\n4) Change the keyboard layout to English (US) by clicking the Language bar icon in the Windows taskbar and selecting 'EN  English (United States)'.\n5) In VeraCrypt, in the field for the new password, type the pre-boot authentication password.\n6) Confirm the new password by retyping it in the confirmation field and click 'OK'.\nWARNING: Please keep in mind that if you follow these steps, the volume password will always have to be typed using the US keyboard layout (which is automatically ensured only in the pre-boot environment).</entry>
 1285     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_FAVORITES_KEYBOARD_WARNING">System favorite volumes will be mounted using the pre-boot authentication password. If any system favorite volume uses a different password, it will not be mounted.</entry>
 1286     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_FAVORITES_ADMIN_ONLY_INFO">Please note that if you need to prevent normal VeraCrypt volume actions (such as 'Dismount All', auto-dismount, etc.) from affecting system favorite volumes, you should enable the option 'Allow only administrators to view and dismount system favorite volumes in VeraCrypt'. In addition, when VeraCrypt is run without administrator privileges (the default on Windows Vista and later), system favorite volumes will not be displayed in the drive letter list in the main VeraCrypt application window.</entry>
 1287     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_FAVORITES_ADMIN_ONLY_WARNING">IMPORTANT: Please keep in mind that if this option is enabled and VeraCrypt does not have administrator privileges, mounted system favorite volumes are NOT displayed in the VeraCrypt application window and they cannot be dismounted. Therefore, if you need e.g. to dismount a system favorite volume, please right-click the VeraCrypt icon (in the Start menu) and select 'Run as administrator' first. The same limitation applies to the 'Dismount All' function, 'Auto-Dismount' functions, 'Dismount All' hot keys, etc.</entry>
 1288     <entry lang="en" key="SETTING_REQUIRES_REBOOT">Note that this setting takes effect only after the operating system is restarted.</entry>
 1289     <entry lang="en" key="COMMAND_LINE_ERROR">Error while parsing command line.</entry>
 1290     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK">Rescue Disk</entry>
 1291     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_FILE_AND_MOUNT">Select &amp;File and Mount...</entry>
 1292     <entry lang="en" key="SELECT_DEVICE_AND_MOUNT">Select &amp;Device and Mount...</entry>
 1293     <entry lang="en" key="DISABLE_NONADMIN_SYS_FAVORITES_ACCESS">Allow only administrators to view and dismount system favorite volumes in VeraCrypt</entry>
 1294     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNT_SYSTEM_FAVORITES_ON_BOOT">Mount system favorite volumes when Windows starts (in the initial phase of the startup procedure)</entry>
 1295     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNTED_VOLUME_DIRTY">Warning: The filesystem on the volume mounted as '%s' was not cleanly dismounted and thus may contain errors. Using a corrupted filesystem can cause data loss or data corruption.\n\nNote: Before you physically remove or switch off a device (such as a USB flash drive or an external hard drive) where a mounted VeraCrypt volume resides, you should always dismount the VeraCrypt volume in VeraCrypt first.\n\n\nDo you want Windows to attempt to detect and fix errors (if any) on the filesystem?</entry>
 1296     <entry lang="en" key="SYS_FAVORITE_VOLUME_DIRTY">Warning: One or more system favorite volumes were not cleanly dismounted and thus may contain filesystem errors. Please see the system event log for further details.\n\nUsing a corrupted filesystem can cause data loss or data corruption. You should check the affected system favorite volume(s) for errors (right-click each of them in VeraCrypt and select 'Repair Filesystem').</entry>
 1297     <entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_REPAIR_CONFIRM_BACKUP">Warning: Repairing a damaged filesystem using the Microsoft 'chkdsk' tool might cause loss of files in damaged areas. Therefore, it is recommended that you first back up the files stored on the VeraCrypt volume to another, healthy, VeraCrypt volume.\n\nDo you want to repair the filesystem now?</entry>
 1298     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNTED_CONTAINER_FORCED_READ_ONLY">Volume '%s' has been mounted as read-only because write access was denied.\n\nPlease make sure the security permissions of the file container allow you to write to it (right-click the container and select Properties > Security).\n\nNote that, due to a Windows issue, you may see this warning even after setting the appropriate security permissions. This is not caused by a bug in VeraCrypt. A possible solution is to move your container to, e.g., your 'Documents' folder.\n\nIf you intend to keep your volume read-only, set the read-only attribute of the container (right-click the container and select Properties > Read-only), which will suppress this warning.</entry>
 1299     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNTED_DEVICE_FORCED_READ_ONLY">Volume '%s' had to be mounted as read-only because write access was denied.\n\nPlease make sure no other application (e.g. antivirus software) is accessing the partition/device on which the volume is hosted.</entry>
 1300     <entry lang="en" key="MOUNTED_DEVICE_FORCED_READ_ONLY_WRITE_PROTECTION">Volume '%s' has been mounted as read-only because the operating system reported the host device to be write-protected.\n\nPlease note that some custom chipset drivers have been reported to cause writable media to falsely appear write-protected. This problem is not caused by VeraCrypt. It may be solved by updating or uninstalling any custom (non-Microsoft) chipset drivers that are currently installed on this system.</entry>
 1301     <entry lang="en" key="LIMIT_ENC_THREAD_POOL_NOTE">Note that the Hyper-Threading technology provides multiple logical cores per a single physical core. When Hyper Threading is enabled, the number selected above represents the number of logical processors/cores.</entry>
 1302     <entry lang="en" key="NUMBER_OF_THREADS">%d threads</entry>
 1303     <entry lang="en" key="DISABLED_HW_AES_AFFECTS_PERFORMANCE">Note that hardware-accelerated AES is disabled, which will affect benchmark results (worse performance).\n\nTo enable hardware acceleration, select 'Settings' > 'Performance' and enable the corresponding option.</entry>
 1304     <entry lang="en" key="LIMITED_THREAD_COUNT_AFFECTS_PERFORMANCE">Note that the number of threads is currently limited, which will affect benchmark results (worse performance).\n\nTo utilize the full potential of the processor(s), select 'Settings' > 'Performance' and disable the corresponding option.</entry>
 1305     <entry lang="en" key="ASK_REMOVE_DEVICE_WRITE_PROTECTION">Do you want VeraCrypt to attempt to disable write protection of the partition/drive?</entry>
 1306     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_SETTING_DEGRADES_PERFORMANCE">WARNING: This setting may degrade performance.\n\nAre you sure you want to use this setting?</entry>
 1307     <entry lang="en" key="HOST_DEVICE_REMOVAL_DISMOUNT_WARN_TITLE">Warning: VeraCrypt volume auto-dismounted</entry>
 1308     <entry lang="en" key="HOST_DEVICE_REMOVAL_DISMOUNT_WARN">Before you physically remove or turn off a device containing a mounted volume, you should always dismount the volume in VeraCrypt first.\n\nUnexpected spontaneous dismount is usually caused by an intermittently failing cable, drive (enclosure), etc.</entry>
 1309     <entry lang="en" key="UNSUPPORTED_TRUECRYPT_FORMAT">This volume was created with TrueCrypt %x.%x but VeraCrypt supports only TrueCrypt volumes created with TrueCrypt 6.x/7.x series</entry>
 1310     <entry lang="en" key="TEST">Test</entry>
 1311     <entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE">Keyfile</entry>
 1312     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_08">Backspace</entry>
 1313     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_09">Tab</entry>
 1314     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_0C">Clear</entry>
 1315     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_0D">Enter</entry>
 1316     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_13">Pause</entry>
 1317     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_14">Caps Lock</entry>
 1318     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_20">Spacebar</entry>
 1319     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_21">Page Up</entry>
 1320     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_22">Page Down</entry>
 1321     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_23">End</entry>
 1322     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_24">Home</entry>
 1323     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_25">Left Arrow</entry>
 1324     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_26">Up Arrow</entry>
 1325     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_27">Right Arrow</entry>
 1326     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_28">Down Arrow</entry>
 1327     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_29">Select Key</entry>
 1328     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2A">Print Key</entry>
 1329     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2B">Execute Key</entry>
 1330     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2C">Print Screen</entry>
 1331     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2D">Insert</entry>
 1332     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2E">Delete</entry>
 1333     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_5D">Applications Key</entry>
 1334     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_5F">Sleep</entry>
 1335     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_90">Num Lock</entry>
 1336     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_91">Scroll Lock</entry>
 1337     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_A6">Browser Back</entry>
 1338     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_A7">Browser Forward</entry>
 1339     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_A8">Browser Refresh</entry>
 1340     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_A9">Browser Stop</entry>
 1341     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_AA">Browser Search</entry>
 1342     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_AB">Browser Favorites</entry>
 1343     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_AC">Browser Home</entry>
 1344     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_AD">Mute</entry>
 1345     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_AE">Volume Down</entry>
 1346     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_AF">Volume Up</entry>
 1347     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B0">Next Track</entry>
 1348     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B1">Previous Track</entry>
 1349     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B2">Stop Media</entry>
 1350     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B3">Play/Pause Media</entry>
 1351     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B4">Start Mail Key</entry>
 1352     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B5">Select Media Key</entry>
 1353     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B6">Application 1</entry>
 1354     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_B7">Application 2</entry>
 1355     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_F6">Attn</entry>
 1356     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_F7">CrSel</entry>
 1357     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_F8">ExSel</entry>
 1358     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_FA">Play</entry>
 1359     <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_FB">Zoom</entry>
 1360     <entry lang="en" key="VK_NUMPAD">NumPad</entry>
 1361     <entry lang="en" key="VK_SHIFT">Shift</entry>
 1362     <entry lang="en" key="VK_CONTROL">Control</entry>
 1363     <entry lang="en" key="VK_ALT">Alt</entry>
 1364     <entry lang="en" key="VK_WIN">Win</entry>
 1365     <entry lang="en" key="BYTE">B</entry>
 1366     <entry lang="en" key="KB">KB</entry>
 1367     <entry lang="en" key="MB">MB</entry>
 1368     <entry lang="en" key="GB">GB</entry>
 1369     <entry lang="en" key="TB">TB</entry>
 1370     <entry lang="en" key="PB">PB</entry>
 1371     <entry lang="en" key="B_PER_SEC">B/s</entry>
 1372     <entry lang="en" key="KB_PER_SEC">KB/s</entry>
 1373     <entry lang="en" key="MB_PER_SEC">MB/s</entry>
 1374     <entry lang="en" key="GB_PER_SEC">GB/s</entry>
 1375     <entry lang="en" key="TB_PER_SEC">TB/s</entry>
 1376     <entry lang="en" key="PB_PER_SEC">PB/s</entry>
 1377     <entry lang="en" key="TRIPLE_DOT_GLYPH_ELLIPSIS"></entry>
 1378     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_BOOT_LOADER_CACHE_PIM">Include &amp;PIM when caching pre-boot authentication password</entry>
 1379     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_PREF_CACHE_PIM">Include PIM when caching a password</entry>
 1380     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_DISCONNECTED_NETWORK_DRIVES">Make disconnected network drives available for mounting</entry>
 1381     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_UTF8_TOO_LONG">The entered password is too long: its UTF-8 representation exceeds 64 bytes.</entry>
 1382     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_UTF8_INVALID">The entered password contains Unicode characters that couldn't be converted to UTF-8 representation.</entry>
 1383     <entry lang="en" key="INIT_DLL">Error: Failed to load a system library.</entry>
 1384     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_EXFAT_INVALID_VOLUME_SIZE">The volume file size specified in the command line is incompatible with selected exFAT filesystem.</entry>
 1385     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_ENTROPY_BAR">Randomness Collected From Mouse Movements</entry>
 1386     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_VOLUME_ID">Volume ID:</entry>
 1387     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_ID">Volume ID</entry>
 1388     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_FAVORITE_USE_VOLUME_ID">Use Volume ID to mount favorite</entry>
 1389     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_ID_INVALID">The Volume ID value is invalid</entry>
 1390     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_ID_NOT_FOUND">No Volume with the specified ID was found on the system</entry>
 1391     <entry lang="en" key="IDPM_COPY_VALUE_TO_CLIPBOARD">Copy Value to Clipboard...</entry>
 1392     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DISABLE_BOOT_LOADER_PIM_PROMPT">Do not request PIM in the pre-boot authentication screen (PIM value is stored unencrypted on disk)</entry>
 1393     <entry lang="en" key="DISABLE_BOOT_LOADER_PIM_PROMPT">WARNING: Please keep in mind that if you enable this option, the PIM value will be stored unencrypted on the disk.\n\nAre you sure you want to enable this option?</entry>
 1394     <entry lang="en" key="PIM_TOO_BIG">Personal Iterations Multiplier (PIM) maximum value is 2147468.</entry>
 1395     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SKIP_RESCUE_VERIFICATION">Skip Rescue Disk verification</entry>
 1396     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDE_WAITING_DIALOG">Don't show wait message dialog when performing operations</entry>
 1397     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DISABLE_BOOT_LOADER_HASH_PROMPT">Do not request Hash algorithm in the pre-boot authentication screen</entry>
 1398     <entry lang="en" key="KUZNYECHIK_HELP">Kuznyechik is a block cipher first published in 2015 and defined in the National Standard of the Russian Federation GOST R 34.12-2015 and also in RFC 7801. 256-bit key, 128-bit block. Mode of operation is XTS.</entry>
 1399     <entry lang="en" key="CAMELLIA_HELP">Jointly developed by Mitsubishi Electric and NTT of Japan. First published on 2000. 256-bit key, 128-bit block. Mode of operation is XTS. It has been approved for use by the ISO/IEC, the European Union's NESSIE project and the Japanese CRYPTREC project.</entry>
 1400     <entry lang="en" key="TIME">Time</entry>
 1401     <entry lang="en" key="ITERATIONS">Iterations</entry>
 1402     <entry lang="en" key="PRE-BOOT">Pre-Boot</entry>
 1403     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_EFI_INFO">Before you can encrypt the partition, you must create a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk (VRD), which serves the following purposes:\n\n- If the VeraCrypt Boot Loader, master key, or other critical data gets damaged, the VRD allows you to restore it (note, however, that you will still have to enter the correct password then).\n\n- If Windows gets damaged and cannot start, the VRD allows you to permanently decrypt the partition before Windows starts.\n\n- The VRD will contain a backup of the present EFI boot loader and will allow you to restore it if necessary.\n\nThe VeraCrypt Rescue Disk ZIP image will be created in the location specified below.</entry>
 1404     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_EFI_EXTRACT_INFO">The Rescue Disk ZIP image has been created and stored in this file:\n%s\n\nNow you need to extract it to a USB stick that is formatted as FAT/FAT32.\n\n%lsAfter you create the Rescue Disk, click Next to verify that it has been correctly created.</entry>
 1405     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_EFI_EXTRACT_INFO_NO_CHECK">The Rescue Disk ZIP image has been created and stored in this file:\n%s\n\nNow you should either extract the image to a USB stick that is formatted as FAT/FAT32 or move it to a safe location for later use.\n\n%lsClick Next to continue.</entry>
 1406     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_EFI_EXTRACT_INFO_NOTE">IMPORTANT: Note that the zip file must be extracted directly to the root of the USB stick. For example, if the drive letter of the USB stick is E: then extracting the zip file should create a folder E:\\EFI on the USB stick.\n\n</entry>
 1407     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_EFI_CHECK_FAILED">Cannot verify that the Rescue Disk has been correctly extracted.\n\nIf you have extracted the Rescue Disk, please eject and reinsert the USB stick; then click Next to try again. If this does not help, please try another USB stick and/or another ZIP software.\n\nIf you have not extracted the Rescue Disk yet, please do so, and then click Next.\n\nIf you attempted to verify a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk created before you started this wizard, please note that such Rescue Disk cannot be used, because it was created for a different master key. You need to extract the newly generated Rescue Disk ZIP image.</entry>
 1408     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_EFI_NON_WIZARD_CHECK_FAILED">Cannot verify that the Rescue Disk has been correctly extracted.\n\nIf you have extracted the Rescue Disk image to a USB stick, please eject it and reinsert it; then try again. If this does not help, please try other ZIP software and/or medium.\n\nIf you attempted to verify a VeraCrypt Rescue Disk created for a different master key, password, salt, etc., please note that such Rescue Disk will always fail this verification. To create a new Rescue Disk fully compatible with your current configuration, select 'System' > 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
 1409     <entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_EFI_NON_WIZARD_CREATION">The Rescue Disk image has been created and stored in this file:\n%s\n\nNow you need to extract the Rescue Disk image to a USB stick that is formatted as FAT/FAT32.\n\nIMPORTANT: Note that the zip file must be extracted directly to the root of the USB stick. For example, if the drive letter of the USB stick is E: then extracting the zip file should create a folder E:\\EFI on the USB stick.\n\nAfter you create the Rescue Disk, select 'System' > 'Verify Rescue Disk' to verify that it has been correctly created.</entry>
 1410     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SECURE_DESKTOP_PASSWORD_ENTRY">Use Secure Desktop for password entry</entry>
 1411     <entry lang="en" key="ERR_REFS_INVALID_VOLUME_SIZE">The volume file size specified in the command line is incompatible with selected ReFS filesystem.</entry>
 1412     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_EDIT_DCSPROP">Edit Boot Loader Configuration</entry>
 1413     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SHOW_PLATFORMINFO">Display EFI Platform Information</entry>
 1414     <entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_CONFIGURATION_FILE">Boot Loader Configuration File</entry>
 1415     <entry lang="en" key="EFI_PLATFORM_INFORMATION">EFI Platform Information</entry>
 1416     <entry lang="en" key="EDIT_DCSPROP_FOR_ADVANCED_ONLY">WARNING: Inexperienced users should never attempt to manually edit boot loader configurations.\n\nContinue?</entry>
 1417     <entry lang="en" key="DCSPROP_XML_VALIDATION_FAILED">WARNING: Failed to validate the XML format of the Boot Loader configuration. Please check your modifications.</entry>
 1418     <entry lang="en" key="IDT_ADVANCED_OPTIONS">Advanced Options</entry>
 1419     <entry lang="en" key="AFTER_UPGRADE_RESCUE_DISK">It is strongly recommended that you create a new VeraCrypt Rescue Disk (which will contain the new version of the VeraCrypt Boot Loader) by selecting 'System' > 'Create Rescue Disk'.\nDo you want to do it now?</entry>
 1420     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ALLOW_TRIM_NONSYS_SSD">Allow TRIM command for non-system SSD partition/drive</entry>
 1421     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_BLOCK_SYSENC_TRIM">Block TRIM command on system partition/drive</entry>
 1422     <entry lang="en" key="WINDOWS_EFI_BOOT_LOADER_MISSING">ERROR: Windows EFI system loader could not be located on the disk. Operation will be aborted.</entry>
 1423     <entry lang="en" key="SYSENC_EFI_UNSUPPORTED_SECUREBOOT">It is currently not possible to encrypt a system if SecureBoot is enabled and if VeraCrypt custom keys are not loaded into the machine firmware. SecureBoot needs to be disabled in the BIOS configuration in order to allow system encryption to proceed.</entry>
 1424     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_PASTED_TRUNCATED">Pasted text truncated because the password maximum length is 64 characters</entry>
 1425     <entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_MAXLENGTH_REACHED">Password already reached its maximum length of 64 characters.\nNo additional character is allowed.</entry>
 1426     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_SELECT_LANGUAGE_LABEL">Select the language to use during the installation:</entry>
 1427     <entry lang="en" key="VOLUME_TOO_LARGE_FOR_HOST">ERROR: The size of the file container is larger than the available free space on disk.</entry>
 1428     <entry lang="en" key="IDC_ALLOW_WINDOWS_DEFRAG">Allow Windows Disk Defragmenter to defragment non-system partition/drive</entry>    
 1429     <entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_ALLOW_WINDOWS_DEFRAG">WARNING: Defragmenting non-system partitions/drives may leak metadata about their content or cause issues with hidden volumes they may contain.\n\nContinue?</entry>
 1430   </localization>
 1431   <xs:schema attributeFormDefault="unqualified" elementFormDefault="qualified" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
 1432     <xs:element name="VeraCrypt">
 1433       <xs:complexType>
 1434         <xs:sequence>
 1435           <xs:element name="localization">
 1436             <xs:complexType>
 1437               <xs:sequence>
 1438                 <xs:element name="language">
 1439                   <xs:complexType>
 1440                     <xs:attribute name="langid" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1441                     <xs:attribute name="name" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1442                     <xs:attribute name="en-name" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1443                     <xs:attribute name="version" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1444                     <xs:attribute name="translators" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1445                   </xs:complexType>
 1446                 </xs:element>
 1447                 <xs:element minOccurs="4" maxOccurs="4" name="font">
 1448                   <xs:complexType>
 1449                     <xs:attribute name="lang" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1450                     <xs:attribute name="class" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1451                     <xs:attribute name="size" type="xs:unsignedByte" use="required" />
 1452                     <xs:attribute name="face" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1453                   </xs:complexType>
 1454                 </xs:element>
 1455                 <xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" name="entry">
 1456                   <xs:complexType>
 1457                     <xs:simpleContent>
 1458                       <xs:extension base="xs:string">
 1459                         <xs:attribute name="lang" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1460                         <xs:attribute name="key" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1461                       </xs:extension>
 1462                     </xs:simpleContent>
 1463                   </xs:complexType>
 1464                 </xs:element>
 1465               </xs:sequence>
 1466               <xs:attribute name="prog-version" type="xs:string" use="required" />
 1467             </xs:complexType>
 1468           </xs:element>
 1469         </xs:sequence>
 1470       </xs:complexType>
 1471     </xs:element>
 1472   </xs:schema>
 1473 </VeraCrypt>