It’s making the OCD demon inside of you wake and cackle with glee, because you can’t leave error messages be. Find More Posts by FliGi7. All of a sudden, you are worried, and you want to know what’s happening. I am certain you will find no disk-related errors or bad sectors corresponding to the timestamp of the BitLocker error. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
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Event 24620 BitLocker Error
Don’t start inventing paranoid scenarios. You also happen to be slightly more techy, so you check the Event Viewer for errors now and then. Find More Posts by techmonkey I’m not sure why you would be getting a bitlocker error 2462 your edition doesn’t even support it.
But not much else.
No other error showed just this in the event viewer. We see ErrorCode 0x You may be right about just ignoring this. What does the details tab say? I don’t see it on the control panel or in context menus.
Weird BitLocker error – Volume info cannot be read
Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. It’s making the OCD demon inside of you wake and cackle with glee, because evsnt can’t leave error messages be. I even used Windows 7 Help and Support.
How satisfied are you with this response? If you are certain that you should be using BitLocker for some reason, then the answer is, you might have a problem with your encryption.
Event ID – 24620
Originally Posted by FliGi7 You may be right about just ignoring this. I have only had the computer since December.
Then, you spot a new entry you’ve never seen before, one mentioning BitLocker. I happen to have three external volumes, which show up as unformatted raw devices, because they have been encrypted with TrueCrypt.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. Tutorials Eventid error 0x at boot failing to read W8 partition I have W7 Pro 64bit in a dual boot with W8. Likewise, the previous reboot in August also corresponds to the same event, but at that time, only two disks were connected.
The event code is I tried to find out how to turn on and off the BitLocker program but no luck. Also should mention this only happens on bootup and not every time. Any chance you have plugged in a USB device recently that had a bitlocker volume on it?
Event BitLocker Error | PC Review
Therefore, to able to proceed, you need to answer the following:. Apparently, there’s nothing wrong with your system, but you see the following entry in your Event Viewer. I do see it set to manual in “Services” but the service Find More Posts by FliGi7.
I checked and bitlocker bitloc,er not turned on, chkdsk shows no errors and everything is actually running fine, just happen to notice this The operating system volume might not be usable, possibly due to hardware errors or driver corruptions, and BitLocker enters a recovery mode.
First, not all version of Windows support BitLocker encryption, so make sure to take that into account. ScamSam Created on April 21, Sorry this didn’t help. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.