Bitlocker lock my partition

TWÓJ STARY 1 Reputation point
2021-08-23T00:40:23.233+00:00

Hi

Some drivers destroy my windows 11 and there was problem with start up. I try to fix it up in safe mode. But stupid windows want from me 48 key bitlocker. I dont got andy codes on my microsoft accounts. I install new windows 10 on diffrent partition becouse i want to get my files back. And its impossible becouse my partition C: is locked by s**t bitlocker. How to disable this usless trash or crack this.

Thank you

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  1. Limitless Technology 39,436 Reputation points
    2021-08-23T18:12:32.763+00:00

    Hello @TWÓJ STARY ,

    I believe you can do this using command "Disable-BitLocker -MountPoint "C:"" in powershell with admin mode.

    Refer this link also,

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/bitlocker/disable-bitlocker?view=windowsserver2019-ps

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  2. Limitless Technology 39,436 Reputation points
    2021-08-23T19:39:18.713+00:00

    Hello @TWÓJ STARY ,

    You can do this using the command "Disable-BitLocker -MountPoint" using PowerShell, see two examples below of how to do this:

    Example 1: Disable BitLocker for a volume

    Disable-BitLocker -MountPoint "C:"

    Example Description: This command disables BitLocker for the specified BitLocker volume. BitLocker starts decrypting data in C: immediately.

    Example 2: Disable BitLocker for all volumes

    $BLV = Get-BitLockerVolume
    Disable-BitLocker -MountPoint $BLV

    Description of the example: This example disables BitLocker encryption for all volumes.

    The first command uses Get-BitLockerVolume to get all BitLocker volumes for the current computer and stores them in the $BLV variable.

    The second command disables BitLocker encryption for all BitLocker volumes stored in the $BLV variable. BitLocker starts decrypting data on volumes.

    If the answer was helpful, please don't forget to vote up or accept as an answer, thanks.

    Yours sincerely,
    Samuel

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