VeraCrypt
aboutsummaryrefslogtreecommitdiff
path: root/Translations/Language.tr.xml
diff options
context:
space:
mode:
authorMounir IDRASSI <mounir.idrassi@idrix.fr>2018-09-04 08:33:46 (GMT)
committerMounir IDRASSI <mounir.idrassi@idrix.fr>2018-09-04 21:33:35 (GMT)
commit029aaf484ccf317884f54b4f7db61b8e24132747 (patch)
tree0841ba6b443a94a134c9a9c4c0570e6003e7c0de /Translations/Language.tr.xml
parentbedd6dfb4cdfb147fc401415689499c681c0628b (diff)
downloadVeraCrypt-029aaf484ccf317884f54b4f7db61b8e24132747.zip
VeraCrypt-029aaf484ccf317884f54b4f7db61b8e24132747.tar.gz
XML Languages files: Update translations from Transifex
Diffstat (limited to 'Translations/Language.tr.xml')
-rw-r--r--Translations/Language.tr.xml36
1 files changed, 18 insertions, 18 deletions
diff --git a/Translations/Language.tr.xml b/Translations/Language.tr.xml
index 376e239..45b83ee 100644
--- a/Translations/Language.tr.xml
+++ b/Translations/Language.tr.xml
@@ -463,8 +463,8 @@
<entry lang="en" key="SYSTEM_CRASH_UPDATE_DRIVER">Results of the analysis indicate that updating the following driver might solve this issue: </entry>
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="ASK_SEND_ERROR_REPORT">Do you want to send us the above error report?</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="ENCRYPT">&amp;Encrypt</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="DECRYPT">&amp;Decrypt</entry>
+ <entry lang="tr" key="ENCRYPT">&amp;Şifrele</entry>
+ <entry lang="tr" key="DECRYPT">&amp;Şifreyi Çöz</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PERMANENTLY_DECRYPT">&amp;Permanently Decrypt</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="EXIT">Çıkış</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="EXT_PARTITION">Dosyada barındırılan birimler oluşturabilir veya sabit disk bölümlerini tamamen şifreleyebir, disketleri, USB bellek çubuklarını ve diğer depolama aygıtlarını şifreleyebilirsiniz. Yeni birimin barındırlacağı dosya adını ve yolunu belirtmek için 'Dosya Seç...'e tıklayın veya şifrelenecek bir bölüm veya aygıt seçmek için 'Aygıt Seç...'e tıklayın.\n\nUyarı: Bir bölümü veya aygıtı şifrelerseniz, şu an bölüm veya aygıt üzerinde bulunan tüm veriler silinecektir.</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>
@@ -615,8 +615,8 @@
<entry lang="tr" key="KEYFILE_CHANGED">Anahtar dosyaları başarıyla eklendi/kaldırıldı.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="KEYFILE_EXPORTED">Keyfile exported.</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="PKCS5_PRF_CHANGED">Üstbilgi anahtarı türetme algoritması başarıyla ayarlandı.</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="tr" key="PASSWORD_HIDDENVOL_HELP">Lütfen gizli birim için bir parola seçin. </entry>
@@ -650,7 +650,7 @@
<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_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="tr" key="SIZE_HIDVOL_HOST_TITLE">Dış Birimin Boyutu</entry>
@@ -729,7 +729,7 @@
<entry lang="tr" key="CANT_MOUNT_VOLUME">Birim bağlanamadı.</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="CANT_DISMOUNT_VOLUME">Birim bağlantısı kesilemiyor.</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="FORMAT_NTFS_FAILED">Windows, birimi NTFS olarak biçimlendiremedi.\n\nLütfen farklı bir dosya sistemi seçin (mümkünse) ve tekrar deneyin. Alternatif olarak, birimi biçimlendirilmemiş halde bırakabilir (dosya sistemi olarak 'Yok'u seçin), bu sihirbazdan çıkabilir, birimi bağlayabilir ve bağlı birimi biçimlendirmek için sistemi veya üçüncü taraf bir aracı kullanabilirsiniz (birim şifreli kalacaktır).</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="FORMAT_NTFS_FAILED_ASK_FAT">Windows failed to format the volume as NTFS.\n\nDo you want to format the volume as FAT instead?</entry>
+ <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>
<entry lang="tr" key="DEFAULT">Varsayılan</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="PARTITION_LOWER_CASE">partition</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="PARTITION_UPPER_CASE">BÖLÜM</entry>
@@ -743,7 +743,7 @@
<entry lang="tr" key="CLUSTER_TOO_SMALL">Seçili küme boyutu bu birim boyutu için çok küçük. Daha büyük bir küme boyutu kullanılacak.</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="CANT_GET_VOLSIZE">Hata: Birim boyutu alınamıyor!\n\nSeçili birimin sistem veya bir uygulama tarafından kullanılmadığından emin olun.</entry>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="HIDDEN_VOL_HOST_UNSUPPORTED_FILESYS">The VeraCrypt Volume Creation Wizard can create a hidden volume only within a FAT or NTFS volume.</entry>
+ <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>
<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>
<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>
<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>
@@ -767,7 +767,7 @@
<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>
<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>
<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>
- <entry lang="en" key="INPLACE_ENC_GENERIC_ERR_RESUME">An error prevented VeraCrypt from resuming the process of encryption of the partition.\n\nPlease try fixing any previously reported problems and then try resuming the process again. Note that the volume cannot be mounted until it has been fully encrypted.</entry>
+ <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>
<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>
<entry lang="tr" key="CANT_DISMOUNT_OUTER_VOL">Hata: Dış birimin bağlantısı kesilemiyor!\n\nBirim bağlantısı, birim bir program veya sistem tarafından kullanılan dosya veya klasörler içerdiğinde kesilemez.\n\nLütfen birim üzerindeki dosyaları veya dizinleri kullanabilecek tüm programları kapatın ve Yeniden Dene'ye tıklayın.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="CANT_GET_OUTER_VOL_INFO">Error: Cannot obtain information about the outer volume!\nVolume creation cannot continue.</entry>
@@ -831,7 +831,7 @@
<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>
<entry lang="en" key="SETUP_OPTIONS_TITLE">Setup Options</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SETUP_OPTIONS_INFO">Here you can set various options to control the installation process.</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="SETUP_PROGRESS_TITLE">Installing</entry>
+ <entry lang="tr" key="SETUP_PROGRESS_TITLE">Yükleniyor</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SETUP_PROGRESS_INFO">Please wait while VeraCrypt is being installed.</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SETUP_FINISHED_TITLE_DON">VeraCrypt has been successfully installed</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="SETUP_FINISHED_UPGRADE_TITLE_DON">VeraCrypt has been successfully upgraded</entry>
@@ -984,7 +984,7 @@
<entry lang="en" key="NOT_APPLICABLE_OR_NOT_AVAILABLE">N/A</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="UISTR_YES">Evet</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="UISTR_NO">Hayır</entry>
- <entry lang="en" key="UISTR_DISABLED">Disabled</entry>
+ <entry lang="tr" key="UISTR_DISABLED">Devre dışı</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="DIGIT_ONE">1</entry>
<entry lang="en" key="TWO_OR_MORE">2 or more</entry>
<entry lang="tr" key="MODE_OF_OPERATION">İşleme Modu</entry>
@@ -1036,14 +1036,14 @@
<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="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>
@@ -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>