Windows 10: Screen in Perpetual Restart Mode After Turning on Bitlocker

Discus and support Screen in Perpetual Restart Mode After Turning on Bitlocker in Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance to solve the problem; I'm brand new to Windows 10 and found Bitlocker in there, thought it must be good since it's there.... I thought it was supposed to ask for a password,... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance' started by SheriLynn, Aug 5, 2019.

  1. SheriLynn Win User

    Screen in Perpetual Restart Mode After Turning on Bitlocker


    I'm brand new to Windows 10 and found Bitlocker in there, thought it must be good since it's there.... I thought it was supposed to ask for a password, maybe a few 'yes' or 'no' questions, but it just restarted by computer and it's been doing that for about 30 minutes. Is this normal, or do I now have a new boat anchor? Any help at all will be appreciated.

    :)
     
    SheriLynn, Aug 5, 2019
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  2. Paola Gar Win User

    Need to turn off Bitlocker to install Windows 10

    Hi,

    We suggest doing the following steps again to resolve the issue. To complete the procedure, make sure that you have the following information:

    • You must be able to provide administrative credentials.
    • The drive must be BitLocker-protected.
    To suspend BitLocker Drive Encryption on an operating system drive, please follow the steps below:

    • Click Start, click Control Panel, click
      System and Security, and then click BitLocker Drive Encryption.
    • Click Suspend Protection for the operating system drive.
    • A message is displayed, informing you that your data will not be protected while BitLocker is suspended and asking if you want to suspend BitLocker Drive Encryption.
    • Click Yes to continue and suspend BitLocker on the drive.

    Let us know how it goes.
     
    Paola Gar, Aug 5, 2019
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  3. pepanee Win User
    How To Skip BitLocker Screen Whenever Computer Is Restarted


    How can I skip the BitLocker screen
    ( https://www.windowscentral.com/sites...rd-startup.jpg ) whenever I Restart the computer? Whenever I restart the computer, that implies that I'm still the user at the computer, so I don't have to go through the small annoyance of retyping the password.
    If I Shut Down the computer instead, then turn the computer back on, then the BitLocker screen should show up, since anyone else can be at the computer. If Windows decides to automatically restart the computer, after updates or whatever, then it should also skip that screen. It's annoying sometimes whenever I come back to the computer and see that blue BitLocker screen open on the monitor, instead of having the monitor be off in stand-by mode (which is how I have it set up in Windows whenever the computer is idle). It has even happened a few times when I woke up. Sometimes I go to sleep with the computer running idly, with the monitor in stand-by mode. But when I wake up, I see that blue BitLocker screen on the monitor (because Windows made some updates and restarted the computer).

    What are your thoughts? Thanks
     
    pepanee, Aug 5, 2019
    #3
  4. Screen in Perpetual Restart Mode After Turning on Bitlocker

    BitLocker Encrypted Hard Drive to MAC

    Hi,



    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. I regret the inconvenience caused to you. Let me help you.



    I suggest you to perform below mentioned steps to disable BitLocker.

    To disable BitLocker I would suggest you try the following steps and see if it helps.


    • Press Windows key + X and click on
      Control Panel.

    • Change View by from Category
      to Large Icons/Small Icons.

    • Click on BitLocker Drive Encryption and click on
      Turn BitLocker Off.

    • Follow on screen instructions. Click on Decrypt the Drive
      when the message appears.
    I would suggest you click on the link below and refer the following article.

    Scenario 12: Turning Off BitLocker Drive Encryption (Windows 7)

    Scenario 12: Turning Off BitLocker Drive Encryption (Windows 7)

    (You can refer the steps in the above link as they are applicable for Windows 10 as well)



    Check if it helps.



    I hope the information helps. Please keep us posted on the issue. We will be happy to assist you accordingly.

    Thank you.
     
    Aswin_Anand, Aug 5, 2019
    #4
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