If you have Virtual Disks that you want to remove from the system is there a command to do this as well, or is this only possible through UNmapping Network drives. I am stumped, I also learned a while back not to always read to much into events in the event viewer unless you are experencing other problems or error messages SO I might just ignore this unless someone thinks this might be an issue. I have the same question 4. Tuesday, July 26, 2: Well I decided to try actually editing the registry – rather than just looking at it. Edited by pkn Sunday, July 17, 4: Friday, July 29, 6:
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Friday, July 29, Windows Server R2 When a computer protected with BitLocker Drive Encryption is restarted, the early startup components perform a series of integrity checks and, if the system passes, attempts to retrieve the needed key information to unlock any BitLocker-protected volumes. Or a password store.
EventTracker KB –Event Id: Source: Microsoft-Windows-BitLocker-Driver
Craig, many thanks for the excellent information. When a computer protected with BitLocker Drive Encryption is restarted, the early startup components perform a series of integrity checks and, if the system passes, attempts to retrieve the needed key information to unlock any BitLocker-protected volumes. Please post your question in the Technet- Windows 7 Security Forum. And did you say this is Windows 7 with, or without Service Pack 1 installed?
Open a command prompt as administrator. I noticed this in my event viewer and I have not ever used BitLocker on any drive. And as a bonus it seems to have fixed my Media Devices as listed in Network of my Laptop.
Event ID BitLocker Driver – Windows 7 Help Forums
The mappings will be listed beneath Possible values for VolumeName along with current mount points are: DiskCheck gave it a clean bill of health, and in fact I’ve used it several times on another PC with no problem.
Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Friday, August 12, 4: Sunday, July 17, 4: I would back up that MountedDevices registry key first just to cover yourself.
Regarding the receipt of any encrypted mail, I have not received any with this computer.
Event ID – 24620
I should mention that approxomately five weeks ago had to replace ram memory and this this week, had the motherboard replaced. After each bootup, in the event viewer, the Error Warning of: You must be logged in to post a comment. All the backup and restore went without an 244620.
When “BitLocker” scans the drive s during boot to see if any of them are Encrypted this MB partition is unreadable which triggers evsnt error. However I am not sure that the updates are the cause of this error. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. This might be the encrypted data that’s appearing.
This doesn’t cause me any problem and for some reason it doesn’t Error says Encrypted volume check: Thanks again for your help, Sam. Not an IT pro? Is the encryption stopping you from using any of your devices? Bitlpcker-driver have only had the computer since December. Sunday, July 17, 5: Thumb drives are formatted NTSF.
I must be missing some obvious point!! Should I just ignore this?