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    Bitlocker corrupted error in windows 8

    My bitlocker corrupted in windows 8 but it was working fine in windows 7. Is it due to upgradation from windows 7 to 8 or anything else. Please soon can anyone give proper explanation to this.



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    memili2007 Array
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    Re: Bitlocker corrupted error in windows 8

    Hello Friend’s,

    Please follow the below steps to fix Bitlocker corrupted error in windows 8,


    Steps
    Switch on your laptop or desktop and then sign on as an administrator.
    Click the Start button then select All Programs, Accessories, System, and next click on Restore.
    From the new window, click “Restore my system to an earlier time” and then press Next.
    Find the freshest system restore date within the “select a restore point” listing, and then click on Next.
    Click ‘Next’ within the confirmation screen.
    Reboot your pc when the restoration is done.


    All The best...

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    Libin Array
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    Re: Bitlocker corrupted error in windows 8

    Hello Friend..

    For solving your Bitlocker corrupted issue, you must look out this video and then make some necessary changes in your PC.
    Please watch this video.
    Here we go in 3,2,1 and go...
    Windows 8 Bit Locker Fixing Error




    Hope this video can fix this issue.

    Thanks for watching this...

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    teddy569 Array
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    Re: Bitlocker corrupted error in windows 8

    ""dear"""

    Cyclic Reduncancy Check (CRC) is one of the primary data validation methods. You can see this error on damaged or degraded CDs, floppies, and hard drives (as in your case).

    Generally an OS will fail whatever it was going when it encounters a CRC in data it wants to read.

    However, there are apps that'll ignore these errors. The files that have the errors may still be bad, but not all files are likely to have this issue and those that do not should be recoverable.

    Use a tool such as the Unstoppable Copied by Roadkil to copy the files off the disk. It has options to retry failing files a set number of times and then move on rather than fail with the CRC error.

    I've used this program myself in a variety of situations. It is quite robust and has not yet met an error, in my experience, that it can't handle with aplomb



    Microsoft recommends decrypt the computer using Bitlocker before upgrading the operating system.
    Note: Your data may not be recoverable.
    The issue you posted would be better suited in the TechNet Forums. I would recommend posting your query in the TechNet Forums.

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    merupu Array
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    Re: Bitlocker corrupted error in windows 8

    Hello Friend’s,


    Please follow the below steps to fix Bitlocker corrupted error in windows 8,


    StepsSwitch on your laptop or desktop and then sign on as an administrator.
    Click the Start button then select All Programs, Accessories, System, and next click on Restore.
    From the new window, click “Restore my system to an earlier time” and then press Next.
    Find the freshest system restore date within the “select a restore point” listing, and then click on Next.
    Click ‘Next’ within the confirmation screen.
    Reboot your pc when the restoration is done.

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