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Windows 7: Bitlocker Protected Drive question

07 Sep 2015   #1
abanyaga

Windows 7 Professional 32-bit OS
 
 
Bitlocker Protected Drive question

Hi,

I hope I'm on the right section of this forum.

Yesterday, I installed windows 7 on a bitlocker protected drive. At first, when I tried to install, it asked me for a passkey, but my colleague suddenly press something in the keyboard and the installation continued.

Now, the owner want back the original set up for his laptop. Is there anyway to revert back or recover the old partition? btw, the laptop is in a different domain previously. Now, since I reimaged it, I also put it in our domain.

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


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07 Sep 2015   #2
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Welcome to the forum abanyaga.

I know little about Bitlocker but I did find a couple tutorials that might help you. Read them a couple of times.

By Brink:

BitLocker Drive Encryption - Unlock a Locked Data or Removable Drive


BitLocker Drive Encryption - Internal Data Hard Drives - Turn On or Off


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08 Sep 2015   #3
abanyaga

Windows 7 Professional 32-bit OS
 
 

Thanks Layback Bear. As I've read, base on that topic that I could no longer retrieve the encrypted partition.
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