Problem with bitlocker

donaldadkins

Well-Known Member
#1
Hi,

I am having a problem with bitlocker all of a sudden. I don't know what I did to cause this, if anything. I installed Norton and uninstalled it after I found I didn't like it. Now I'm back to MSE which works well with me. I have a Toshiba p205 s-6287 laptop, 32 bit, 4g RAM, 200g hd, pentium dual core T5300, 1.73ghz. Forgot to mention I am using Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit.

This is the error that I get in the Event Viewer:

Encrypted volume check:
Volume information on \\?\Volume{f2735311-ead4-11de-a72f-806e6f6e6963} cannot be read

Event id: 24620
Device: eventlocker-driver

I think this started occurring after I used Paragon for a mirror backup, but not sure. I can't find anything on the net that points to this particular problem. It's not causing me any great harm, just like to get rid of this error.

Thanks,
Don
 


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#2
Encrypted volume check:
Volume information on \\?\Volume{f2735311-ead4-11de-a72f-806e6f6e6963} cannot be read
When do you see this error, when trying to encrypt, decrypt, or do you see it in the event viewer only ?
 


donaldadkins

Well-Known Member
#3
RE: bitlocker

When do you see this error, when trying to encrypt, decrypt, or do you see it in the event viewer only ?
I was not trying to using encryption in any way. I was just checking the event viewer when I noticed it.

Thanks,
Don
 


donaldadkins

Well-Known Member
#5
Thanks, but no success. I'm just wondering if bitlocker is responding to something in recent memory, just grasping for straws. Seems like I should be able to clear this event out somehow. I'll keep looking but this one really puzzles me.

Don
 


#6
I got no experience with bitlocker - all I can suggest is google for the event ID and see what others tell.

You could do a repair install if you have the 7 disk - this would likely cure your problem but laptop means no disk, right? Tough luck then... one of the reasons why I stay away from laptops coz it's ridiculous to have no install disk and that way no repair install feature.
 


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