Windows 10: Bitlocker locks my D: drive every time i power off the PC and asks for the long 48 digit...

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  1. Bitlocker locks my D: drive every time i power off the PC and asks for the long 48 digit...


    Bitlocker locks my D: drive every time I power off the PC and asks for the long 48 digit recovery key. How to stop that?

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    Vatsal_Dholakiya, Sep 16, 2019
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  2. DM-OK Win User

    BitLocker recovery key identification number (32-digit number) but how to retrieve my BitLocker recovery key (48-numeric digits)

    Hi, as I can see my BitLocker recovery key identification number (32-digit number) but how could I make use of this ID to get my BitLocker recovery key (48-numeric digits) as I have not do backup earlier on my MS Account.

    Any advice if I could recover my key (48-numeric digits) from using the BitLocker ID ?
     
    DM-OK, Sep 16, 2019
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  3. enter the 48-digit recovery key to unlock this drive key id 9b45326b

    Dear sir mam

    my laptop is bitlocker probalm



    enter the 48-digit recovery key to unlock this drive key id 9b45326b

    pls help you

    thunku sir
     
    piyushawadhwal, Sep 16, 2019
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  4. Alex F Win User

    Bitlocker locks my D: drive every time i power off the PC and asks for the long 48 digit...

    How to delete D drive encrypted by Bitlocker without password or recovery key?

    There's a Dell PC running Windows 10 in my office that a previous user had that they created an encrypted D drive with Bitlocker. The guy has left and nobody has proper contact with them.

    I don't care about the data on the D drive I just want to delete the drive off the PC. Steps I have already taken are:

    • Reinstall Windows
    • Reset the PC with the options "Remove everything" and "Only drives where windows is installed"

    When I chose the option "All drives" I get an error saying "There was a problem resetting your PC".

    Can anyone provide instructions on how to delete the D drive encrypted with Bitlocker?
     
    Alex F, Sep 16, 2019
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