EVENT 24620 BITLOCKER DRIVER DOWNLOAD
Just bumping this up to see if anyone has an idea. Therefore, to able to proceed, you need to answer the following:. Replied on April 22, This sounds like an ugly way of doing things, but it seems innocent enough. I have the same question 4. I am not at home right now so can’t send a screen shot. I tried to find out how to turn on and off the BitLocker program but no luck.
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This article will hopefully provide you with some insight why this could be happening. In reply to ScamSam’s post on April 22, During reboot, the BitLocker service must have misinterpreted the volume headers and assumed these might be supported devices, when they are not, hence the failures.
You may be right about just ignoring this. Weird BitLocker error – Volume biitlocker cannot be read. I am not at home right now so can’t send a screen shot. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies.
Don’t start inventing paranoid scenarios. I checked the control panel listings but did not see anything referencing BitLocker.
EventTracker KB –Event Id: Source: Microsoft-Windows-BitLocker-Driver
I am bitlockrr, I also learned a while back not to always read to much into events in the event viewer unless you are experencing other problems or error messages SO I might just ignore this unless someone thinks this might be an issue. Therefore, to able to proceed, you need to answer the following:. Did this solve your problem? I have the same question 4.
You also happen to be slightly more techy, so you check the Event Viewer for errors now and then. Second, the Event Viewer log might not be that useful in the human-readable format, but it could provide additional information in the XML format.
We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Eventid error 0x at boot failing to read W8 partition I have W7 Pro 64bit in a dual boot with W8.
The biggest problem is that you’re quite certain you’re not using BitLocker, so you are not sure why you see any messages about it. The event code is You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. I even used Windows 7 Help and Support. I have two backup images with Acronis and have supposedly “validated” that both are good backups.
If there’s nothing wrong, then there’s a fairly good chance that nothing is wrong. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. I tried to find out how to turn on and off the BitLocker program but no luck.
Event ID – 24620
After installing SP1, a BitLocker error began to appear in the event viewer. Originally Posted by FliGi7 You may be right about nitlocker ignoring this. It will most likely be vendors playing crap with the users by trying to push new semi-failing ideas through automated updates.
Most online guides will automatically suggest scanning for malware, defragmenting your stuff, and cleaning the registry. This sounds like an ugly way of doing things, but it seems innocent enough. You can verify if this is the case, more bitlocmer coming in a jiffy.
The time now is Just to be on the safe side, check the System Log under Windows Logs. I do see it set to manual in “Services” but the service Also if you read the actual error it does NOT even list a drive letter where the “error” is occurring. Volume information on cannot be read Source of error is Bitlocker-driver The above is the error, notice it doesn’t list a volume.