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authorMounir IDRASSI <mounir.idrassi@idrix.fr>2018-12-02 23:00:16 (GMT)
committerMounir IDRASSI <mounir.idrassi@idrix.fr>2018-12-02 23:51:36 (GMT)
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<entry lang="en" key="IDC_FILE_CONTAINER">Create an encrypted file container</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_GB">&amp;GB</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_TB">&amp;TB</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDDEN_SYSENC_INFO_LINK">More information</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_HIDDEN_SYSENC_INFO_LINK">Informasi lebih lanjut</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDDEN_VOL">Hi&amp;dden VeraCrypt volume </entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDDEN_VOL_HELP">More information about hidden volumes</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_HIDDEN_VOL_HELP">Informasi lebih lanjut about hidden volumes</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDVOL_WIZ_MODE_DIRECT">Direct mode</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_HIDVOL_WIZ_MODE_FULL">Normal mode</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_KB">&amp;KB</entry>
@@ -46,13 +46,13 @@
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_KEYFILES_RANDOM_SIZE">Random size ( 64 &lt;-&gt; 1048576 )</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_KEY_FILES">&amp;File kunci..</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_HASH_INFO">Information on hash algorithms</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_MORE_INFO_ABOUT_CIPHER">More information</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_LINK_MORE_INFO_ABOUT_CIPHER">Informasi lebih lanjut</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_LINK_PIM_INFO">Information on PIM</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_MB">&amp;MB</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_CONTAINERS">More information</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_CONTAINERS">Informasi lebih lanjut</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_SYS_ENCRYPTION">More information about system encryption</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_SYS_ENCRYPTION">More information</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MULTI_BOOT">Multi-boot</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_SYS_ENCRYPTION">Informasi lebih lanjut</entry>
+ <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MULTI_BOOT">Multi-Boot</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_NONSYS_DEVICE">Encrypt a non-system partition/drive</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_NO_HISTORY">&amp;Jangan simpan history</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_OPEN_OUTER_VOLUME">Buka volume luar</entry>
@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="IDT_SYS_PARTITION">Select this option to encrypt the partition where the currently running Windows operating system is installed.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDT_VOLUME_LABEL">Volume Label in Windows:</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDT_WIPE_MODE">Wipe mode:</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDCLOSE">Close</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDCLOSE">Tutup</entry>
<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>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_AUTORUN_DISABLE">Jangan buat apapun</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_AUTORUN_MOUNT">S&amp;ambung otomatis volume VeraCrypt (yang tertera dibawah ini)</entry>
@@ -145,8 +145,8 @@
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_HOTKEY_REMOVE">Hapus</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_KEYFILES">File kunci...</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_LIMIT_ENC_THREAD_POOL">Do not use the following number of processors for encryption/decryption:</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_HW_ACCELERATION">More information</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_THREAD_BASED_PARALLELIZATION">More information</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_HW_ACCELERATION">Informasi lebih lanjut</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_MORE_INFO_ON_THREAD_BASED_PARALLELIZATION">Informasi lebih lanjut</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_MORE_SETTINGS">More Settings...</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_MOUNTALL">S&amp;ambung otomatis</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDC_MOUNT_OPTIONS">Pilih&amp;an...</entry>
@@ -206,7 +206,7 @@
<entry lang="id" key="IDM_BENCHMARK">Penguji...</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDM_CHANGE_HEADER_KEY_DERIV_ALGO">Set Header Kunci Asal Algoritma...</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDM_CHANGE_PASSWORD">Ganti Password Volume...</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDM_CHANGE_SYS_HEADER_KEY_DERIV_ALGO">Set Header Key Derivation Algorithm...</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDM_CHANGE_SYS_HEADER_KEY_DERIV_ALGO">Set Header Kunci Asal Algoritma...</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDM_CHANGE_SYS_PASSWORD">Change Password...</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDM_CLEAR_HISTORY">Hapus History Volume</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDM_CLOSE_ALL_TOKEN_SESSIONS">Close All Security Token Sessions</entry>
@@ -305,7 +305,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_AUTO">&amp;Auto-Test All</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_CONTINUE">&amp;Continue</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_DECRYPT">&amp;Decrypt</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDC_DELETE">&amp;Delete</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="IDC_DELETE">&amp;Hapus</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_ENCRYPT">&amp;Encrypt</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_EXPORT">&amp;Export...</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_GENERATE_AND_SAVE_KEYFILE">Generate and Save Keyfile...</entry>
@@ -332,7 +332,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_USE_EMBEDDED_HEADER_BAK">Use backup header embedded in &amp;volume if available</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_XTS_MODE_ENABLED">XTS mode</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="IDD_ABOUT_DLG">Tentang VeraCrypt</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="IDD_BENCHMARK_DLG">VeraCrypt - Encryption Algorithm Benchmark</entry>
+ <entry lang="en" key="IDD_BENCHMARK_DLG">VeraCrypt - Algorithms Benchmark</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDD_CIPHER_TEST_DLG">VeraCrypt - Test Vectors</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDD_COMMANDHELP_DLG">Command Line Help</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDD_KEYFILES">VeraCrypt - Keyfiles</entry>
@@ -390,7 +390,7 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="ADMIN_PRIVILEGES_WARN_NTFS">Please note that in order to format the volume as NTFS you need to be logged into an account with administrator privileges.\n\nWithout administrator privileges, you can format the volume as FAT.</entry>
+ <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>
<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>
<entry lang="id" key="ALREADY_MOUNTED">Volume sudah tersambung</entry>
<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>
@@ -445,7 +445,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="DISK_FREE_PB">Free space on drive %s is %.2f PB</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="DRIVELETTERS">Could not get available drive letters.</entry>
<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>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; Computer &gt; 'Uninstall or change a program' &gt; VeraCrypt &gt; Uninstall; on Windows XP, select 'Start Menu' &gt; Settings &gt; 'Control Panel' &gt; 'Add Or Remove Programs' &gt; VeraCrypt &gt; 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>
<entry lang="en" key="ERR_CIPHER_INIT_FAILURE">Error: Cipher initialization failure.</entry>
<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>
<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>
@@ -466,7 +466,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPT">&amp;Encrypt</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="DECRYPT">&amp;Decrypt</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PERMANENTLY_DECRYPT">&amp;Permanently Decrypt</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="EXIT">Exit</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="EXIT">Keluar</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="EXT_PARTITION">Please create a logical drive for this extended partition, and then try again.</entry>
<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>
<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>
@@ -481,7 +481,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_TITLE">Large Files</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_HELP_QUESTION">Do you intend to store files larger than 4 GB in this VeraCrypt volume?</entry>
<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>
- <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 (for example, the maximum possible size of the hidden volume will be significantly greater if the outer volume is formatted as FAT). 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>
+ <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>
<entry lang="en" key="FILESYS_PAGE_HELP_EXPLANATION_HIDVOL_CONFIRM">Are you sure you want to choose 'Yes'?</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_TRANSFORM_MODE_PAGE_TITLE">Volume Creation Mode</entry>
<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>
@@ -499,7 +499,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="WIPE_FINISHED">The content of the partition/device has been successfully erased.</entry>
<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>
<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>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; 'Add Mounted Volume to System Favorites').</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_DECRYPTION_FINISHED">The system partition/drive has been successfully decrypted.</entry>
<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>
<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>
@@ -536,8 +536,8 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <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, which, however, will not be possible.</entry>
- <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. 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 volume from within the decoy operating system.</entry>
+ <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>
+ <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>
<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>
<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>
<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>
@@ -554,7 +554,7 @@
<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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="INIT_SYS_ENC">Cannot initialize application components for system encryption.</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="INIT_RAND">Failed to initialize the random number generator!</entry>
+ <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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="INIT_REGISTER">Unable to initialize the application. Failed to register the Dialog class.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="INIT_RICHEDIT">Error: Failed to load the Rich Edit system library.</entry>
@@ -615,8 +615,8 @@
<entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_CHANGED">Keyfile(s) successfully added/removed.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_EXPORTED">Keyfile exported.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PKCS5_PRF_CHANGED">Header key derivation algorithm successfully set.</entry>
- <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.\n\n\nRemark: After you click Next, VeraCrypt will attempt to find all non-system volumes where the process of encryption has been interrupted and where the VeraCrypt volume header can be decrypted 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>
- <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_RESUME_VOL_SELECT_HELP">Please select one of the listed volumes. The list contains every accessible non-system volume where the process of encryption has been interrupted and whose header could be decrypted using the supplied password and/or keyfile(s).</entry>
+ <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>
+ <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>
<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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="PASSWORD_HIDDENVOL_HELP">Please choose a password for the hidden volume. </entry>
@@ -648,9 +648,9 @@
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="PIM_SYSENC_TOO_BIG">Personal Iterations Multiplier (PIM) maximum value for system encryption is 65535.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PIM_TITLE">Volume PIM</entry>
- <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>
+ <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 &gt; Organize &gt; 'Folder and search options' &gt; View).</entry>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="FOUND_NO_PARTITION_W_DEFERRED_INPLACE_ENC">VeraCrypt has not found any volume where non-system encryption has been interrupted and where the volume header can be decrypted 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>
+ <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>
<entry lang="en" key="SELECTED_PARTITION_ALREADY_INPLACE_ENC">The selected partition/device is already fully encrypted.\nHeader Flags = 0x%.8X</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SELECTED_PARTITION_NOT_INPLACE_ENC">The selected partition/device is not using in-place encryption.\nHeader Flags = 0x%.8X</entry>
<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' &gt; 'Mount Without Pre-Boot Authentication'.</entry>
@@ -666,7 +666,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="SELECT_KEYFILE_GENERATION_DIRECTORY">Select a directory where to store the keyfiles.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SELECTED_KEYFILE_IS_CONTAINER_FILE">The current container file was selected as a keyfile. It will be skipped.</entry>
<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>
- <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 NTFS volume is 3792 KB.</entry>
+ <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>
<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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="SIZE_HIDVOL_HOST_TITLE">Outer Volume Size</entry>
@@ -690,7 +690,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="TC_TRAVELER_DISK">VeraCrypt Traveler Disk</entry>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="MORE_INFO_ABOUT">More information on %s</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="UNKNOWN">Unknown</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="UNKNOWN">Tidak diketahui</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="ERR_UNKNOWN">An unspecified or unknown error occurred (%d).</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="UNMOUNTALL_LOCK_FAILED">Some volumes contain files or folders being used by applications or system.\n\nForce dismount?</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="UNMOUNT_BUTTON">&amp;Putuskan</entry>
@@ -781,13 +781,13 @@
<entry lang="en" key="DECRYPTION">Decryption</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="MEAN">Mean</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="DRIVE">Drive</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="SIZE">Size</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="SIZE">Ukuran</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="ENCRYPTION_ALGORITHM">Algoritma pengacak</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="ENCRYPTION_ALGORITHM_LV">Algoritma pengacak</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="TYPE">Type</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="TYPE">Jenis</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VALUE">Value</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PROPERTY">Property</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="LOCATION">Location</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="LOCATION">Lokasi</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="BYTES">bytes</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN">Hidden</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="OUTER">Outer</entry>
@@ -847,7 +847,7 @@
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="SELECT_AN_ACTION">Please select an action to perform from the following:</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="REPAIR_REINSTALL">Repair/Reinstall</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="UPGRADE">Upgrade</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="UPGRADE">Pemutakhiran</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="UNINSTALL">Uninstall</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SETUP_ADMIN">To successfully install/uninstall VeraCrypt, you must have administrator privileges. Do you want to continue?</entry>
<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>
@@ -863,7 +863,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="INSTALL_OK">VeraCrypt has been successfully installed.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SETUP_UPDATE_OK">VeraCrypt has been successfully updated.</entry>
<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>
- <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>
+ <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 &gt; All programs &gt; Accessories &gt; System Tools &gt; 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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="REMOVING_REG">Removing VeraCrypt registry entries</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="ADDING_REG">Adding registry entry</entry>
@@ -918,13 +918,13 @@
<entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_DECRYPTING">Decrypting</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_FINALIZING">Finalizing</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_PAUSED">Paused</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_FINISHED">Finished</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_ERROR">Error</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_FINISHED">Selesai</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="PROGRESS_STATUS_ERROR">Kesalahan</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="FAVORITE_DISCONNECTED_DEV">Device disconnected</entry>
<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' &gt; 'System Favorite Volumes' &gt; 'Mount system favorite volumes when Windows starts'.</entry>
<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>
<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>
- <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>
+ <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 &gt; Preferences and check the 'Enabled' checkbox in the section 'VeraCrypt Background Task'.</entry>
<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>
<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>
<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>
@@ -965,7 +965,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_NON_WIZARD_CHECK_PASSED">The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk has been successfully verified.</entry>
<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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="RESCUE_DISK_ISO_IMAGE_CHECK_PASSED">The VeraCrypt Rescue Disk image has been successfully verified.</entry>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="ERROR_CREATING_RESCUE_DISK">Error creating VeraCrypt Rescue Disk.</entry>
<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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
<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>
@@ -982,8 +982,8 @@
<entry lang="en" key="IDPM_PROPERTIES">P&amp;roperties...</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_PROTECTION">Hidden Volume Protected</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="NOT_APPLICABLE_OR_NOT_AVAILABLE">N/A</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="UISTR_YES">Yes</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="UISTR_NO">No</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="UISTR_YES">Ya</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="UISTR_NO">Tidak</entry>
<entry lang="id" key="UISTR_DISABLED">menonaktifkan</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="DIGIT_ONE">1</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="TWO_OR_MORE">2 or more</entry>
@@ -1031,19 +1031,19 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_RESUME_PROMPT">You have scheduled the process of encryption of a partition/volume. The process has not been completed yet.\n\nDo you want to resume the process now?</entry>
+ <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>
<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>
- <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 of non-system partitions/volumes?</entry>
+ <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>
<entry lang="en" key="KEEP_PROMPTING_ME">Yes, keep prompting me</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="DO_NOT_PROMPT_ME">No, do not prompt me</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_NOTIFICATION_REMOVAL_NOTE">IMPORTANT: Keep in mind that you can resume the process of encryption of any non-system partition/volume by selecting 'Volumes' &gt; 'Resume Interrupted Process' from the menu bar of the main VeraCrypt window.</entry>
+ <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>
<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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="CONFIRM_EXIT_UNIVERSAL">Exit?</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="CHOOSE_ENCRYPT_OR_DECRYPT">VeraCrypt does not have sufficient information to determine whether to encrypt or decrypt.</entry>
<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>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_DEFER_CONFIRM">Do you want to interrupt and postpone the process of encryption of the partition/volume?\n\nNote: Keep in mind that the volume cannot be mounted until it has been fully encrypted. You will be able to resume the process of encryption and it will continue from the point 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>
+ <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>
<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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="FAILED_TO_INTERRUPT_SYSTEM_ENCRYPTION">Error: Failed to interrupt the process of encryption/decryption of the system partition/drive.</entry>
@@ -1096,7 +1096,7 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; '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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="ALGO_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_SYS_ENCRYPTION">This algorithm is currently not supported for system encryption.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="ALGO_NOT_SUPPORTED_FOR_TRUECRYPT_MODE">This algorithm is not supported for TrueCrypt mode.</entry>
@@ -1120,8 +1120,8 @@
<entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_INITIATE_SYS_ENCRYPTION_PRETEST">Cannot initiate the system encryption pretest.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="CANNOT_INITIATE_HIDDEN_OS_CREATION">Cannot initiate the process of creation of the hidden operating system.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="WIPE_MODE_TITLE">Wipe Mode</entry>
- <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 overwritting 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 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>
- <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 overwritting 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>
+ <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>
+ <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>
<entry lang="en" key="DEVICE_WIPE_PAGE_TITLE">Wiping</entry>
<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>
<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>
@@ -1235,7 +1235,7 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="ERR_NONSYS_INPLACE_ENC_INCOMPLETE">Error: The process of encryption 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>
+ <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>
<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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="ERR_PARAMETER_INCORRECT">Error: Incorrect/invalid parameter.</entry>
@@ -1250,7 +1250,7 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk').</entry>
<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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk' after you restart your computer.</entry>
<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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="BOOT_LOADER_UPGRADE_FAILED">Failed to upgrade the VeraCrypt Boot Loader.</entry>
@@ -1275,7 +1275,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="INVALID_TOKEN_KEYFILE_PATH">Security token keyfile path is invalid.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SECURITY_TOKEN_ERROR">Security token error</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="CKR_PIN_INCORRECT">Password for security token is incorrect.</entry>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; 'Keyfile Generator').</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="ALL_TOKEN_SESSIONS_CLOSED">All open security token sessions have been closed.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SELECT_TOKEN_KEYFILES">Select Security Token Keyfiles</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="TOKEN_SLOT_ID">Slot</entry>
@@ -1300,14 +1300,14 @@
<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>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="NUMBER_OF_THREADS">%d threads</entry>
- <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>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; 'Performance' and enable the corresponding option.</entry>
+ <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' &gt; 'Performance' and disable the corresponding option.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="ASK_REMOVE_DEVICE_WRITE_PROTECTION">Do you want VeraCrypt to attempt to disable write protection of the partition/drive?</entry>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="HOST_DEVICE_REMOVAL_DISMOUNT_WARN_TITLE">Warning: VeraCrypt volume auto-dismounted</entry>
<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>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="TEST">Test</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="TEST">Tes</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE">Keyfile</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_08">Backspace</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_09">Tab</entry>
@@ -1329,7 +1329,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2B">Execute Key</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2C">Print Screen</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2D">Insert</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="VKEY_2E">Delete</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="VKEY_2E">Hapus</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_5D">Applications Key</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_5F">Sleep</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="VKEY_90">Num Lock</entry>
@@ -1397,7 +1397,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_DISABLE_BOOT_LOADER_HASH_PROMPT">Do not request Hash algorithm in the pre-boot authentication screen</entry>
<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>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="TIME">Time</entry>
+ <entry lang="id" key="TIME">Waktu</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="ITERATIONS">Iterations</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PRE-BOOT">Pre-Boot</entry>
<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>
@@ -1405,8 +1405,8 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <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>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk'.</entry>
+ <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' &gt; 'Verify Rescue Disk' to verify that it has been correctly created.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_SECURE_DESKTOP_PASSWORD_ENTRY">Use Secure Desktop for password entry</entry>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_EDIT_DCSPROP">Edit Boot Loader Configuration</entry>
@@ -1416,7 +1416,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="EDIT_DCSPROP_FOR_ADVANCED_ONLY">WARNING: Inexperienced users should never attempt to manually edit boot loader configurations.\n\nContinue?</entry>
<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>
<entry lang="id" key="IDT_ADVANCED_OPTIONS">Pilihan Lebih Lanjut</entry>
- <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>
+ <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' &gt; 'Create Rescue Disk'.\nDo you want to do it now?</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_ALLOW_TRIM_NONSYS_SSD">Allow TRIM command for non-system SSD partition/drive</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="IDC_BLOCK_SYSENC_TRIM">Block TRIM command on system partition/drive</entry>
<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>