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Topic # 99683 24-Mar-2012 22:57 Send private message

I spent hours waiting for Windows 7 BitLocker Drive Encryption to lock my Toshiba USB of 16gb. It took quite a while so I checked up on the next morning. Then it says



When I click Resume it just goes back to the same state. The USB works though, like when I plug into my computer it asks me for password etc.. (the bad thing is that it cannot be used in Win XP etc). I can still save, edit and open stuff. It's just annoying how the box always pops up and says that.

Any ideas? Thanks




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  Reply # 599645 24-Mar-2012 23:26 Send private message

Have you looked at the Event Viewer immediately after the message shows up?






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  Reply # 599646 24-Mar-2012 23:28 Send private message

no, couldn't find anything..




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  Reply # 599650 24-Mar-2012 23:36 Send private message

Some quick search seems to indicate you should run CHKDSK /F on this USB drive and see if there's a file system problem.






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  Reply # 599651 24-Mar-2012 23:37 Send private message

yeah, it asked me to perform a scan on the USB. I did that and it came up with no problems. Will try the chkdsk now.




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