Jan 24, 2016 at 7:10 PM
Edited Jan 24, 2016 at 7:13 PM
Please Help me.
My name is CJ, and I'm in a bad situation. I have 3 VERY IMPORTANT documents;
I backed up (via system image) my HP pavilion pc-intel(R) Core (TM) i7 CPU 720 @ 1.60 GHz 160 GHz-8GB ram 64 bit os- "Product ID: 00426-OEM-8992662-0040", to an external 1.0 TB "Toshiba-Canvio connect II" portable drive.
Prior to the back up, I noticed 3 "Win RAR zip" folders W/ descriptions in green. Unaware that this meant they where encrypted. I ran restore. I didn't encrypt them myself, however I'm aware that win rar folders have encryption tools, so it is possible it was accidental. Now that my system is restored, I cannot access them at all. I have tried everything from peazip to attempting ownership. NO luck.
Normally this wouldn't be a serious issue, however the three files include "legal" approx. 30 gig's of a case work I've been working that is set for trial on march 3rd!
The second is a "time capsule" approx 40 gig's of mostly png, jpeg, bit map, files that I have been compiling since my brother and I where children, including irreplaceable photo's of myself, my brother, and our deceased father, moreover it is an essential element in my brothers wedding in April. Finally, however unimportant this may appear, is my "music" folder. 4,354 songs totaling an expense in excess of around 10k!
I have been trying to gain access myself for 2 weeks with no avail. Which brings me crawling on my knees to you. I'm afraid that if i continue attempting to gain access myself, alongside with pathetic, useless U-tube videos, and chat rooms where people are more concerned with feeling professional, than delivering results, I will have gone past the point of return. FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION! Three people will be seriously affected if I fail.
I need a professional decryption expert. If you can help, direct me to someone who can, or walk me through this, compensation will be in order!
Thank you,
cjparvenik@gmail.com (919) 986-1845
Jan 28, 2016 at 2:58 PM
Feb 4, 2016 at 2:20 AM
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