BitLocker drive encryption information message

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Hi everyone,

I have some issue with Windows BitLocker Drive.

My laptop was on standby and when I wanted to continue working on it I got error message.

I don't know what is the problem and why I got this message.

Can someone help me with this?

My OS is Windows Vista

Windows Bitlocker Drive Encryption Information

The system boot information has changed since Bitlocker was enable.

You must supply a Bitlocker recovery password to start this system.

Confirm that the changes to the system boot information are authorized.

If the changes to the system boot information are trusted, then disable and re-enable Bitlocker.

This will reset Bitlocker to use the new boot information otherwise restore the system boot information.

Thanks,

William

 

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BitLocker drive encryption information message

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Maybe you are using either Windows Vista Enterprise or Windows Vista Ultimate that’s why Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption is included in your operating system.

Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption is only available in both Enterprise and Ultimate editions of Windows Vista and Windows 7. It is a full disk encryption method that is designed to protect the data by providing encryption on the entire volume.

Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption is also available in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

The black screen that appeared after you bring up your laptop from stand by was actually not an error.

It only shows you that Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption was enabled on your system and protecting your computer by encrypting your hard drive. Just follow what was displayed on the screen.

If you are sure no one accessed your computer, disable and then re-enable Windows BitLocker.

If it asked you for a password, supply it with the password you previously set.

If you haven’t set any password then just press Enter.

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