This article provides step-by-step instructions for reconstructing a private key using PGP Desktop 9.x for Windows.
Reconstruct Your Private Key
|Note: To reconstruct a private key, you must have its associated public key on your keyring. If you don't have a copy of your public key, you might try downloading it from a key server, such as your PGP Universal Server or the PGP Global Directory. Otherwise, contact your administrator to obtain a copy of your public key.|
|Note: The answers are case sensitive, and must be entered precisely as they were when you first sent them to the server. If you are certain that nobody can see your screen, you might want to check the box labeled Show Keystrokes, so that you can verify your answers.|