Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by rasso, Jan 8, 2010.
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Just a poke at it, since I never use Bitlocker and I'm not too sure about this. The error you're getting seems to do with the corrupt association of a folder. Did you do a registry clean up you may want to restore what you did if that's possible. Or try reassociating the BitLocker drive with the program it uses.
Try system recovery, maybe ur registry got corrupted. Btw.. does this error also occur if u try to unlock the drive using the system control panel?
I would use the following command to decrypt the drive and make a new empty partition and put some files you don't need to worry about and see if the problem still happens.
Bitlocker command line script
1. Open an elevated command prompt
2. Change to %WINDIR%\System32 (elevated command prompt usually starts here anyway)
3. Enter cscript manage-bde.wsf -? - that will give you the commands to pass to the script to unlock or decrypt the drive.
no i dont get this error when i go to control panel..i can unlock D hardisk when i go to control panel...but i want to unlock D hadisk while i click on D hardisk..i dont want to go control panel for unlock D hardisk
i know my password .but when I click D hardisk ,its not asking me my password.its giving that error...I am useing ADVANCED SYSTEM CARE...THAT program did that error,,,I did restore it but unfortunately
is that fix the associated problem ? or it will make unloock D hardisk ? I can unlock D hardisk from control panel.. but İ want to unlock D hardisk while I click on D hardisk..its so annoying problem..
so nobody know how to create an associtian for bitlocker in windows 7 ? I am really confused rightknow