Glyn. My name is***** you opportunity to assist. Can you tell me a little more about what it is you wish to do? Disabling Secure Boot is usually a step taken when trying to boot a Windows 8 machine from a CD or DVD.
recoverykey Is DED85200
drive label T131222900A 13/08/2014
The tablet has been idle for 4 weeks, or more. I just need to gat it working again
Sorry I have waited over 35 minutes, how much longer do I need to wait answer ?
still waiting reply, from who ever
The last letter I sent to you, is all the information I have and it came from the tablet Headed BITLOCKER
Unlike Encrypting File System (EFS), which enables you to encrypt individual files, BitLocker encrypts the entire drive. You can log on and work with your files normally, but BitLocker can help block hackers from accessing the system files they rely on to discover your password, or from accessing your drive by removing it from your computer and installing it in a different computer.
When you add new files to a drive that is encrypted with BitLocker, BitLocker encrypts them automatically. Files remain encrypted only while they are stored in the encrypted drive. Files copied to another drive or computer are decrypted. If you share files with other users, such as through a network, these files are encrypted while stored on the encrypted drive, but they can be accessed normally by authorized users.
If you encrypt the operating system drive, BitLocker checks the computer during startup conditions that could represent a security risk (, a change to the BIOS or changes to any startup files). If a potential security risk is detected, BitLocker will lock the operating system drive and require a special BitLocker recovery key to unlock it. Make sure that you create this recovery key when you turn on BitLocker first time; otherwise, you could permanently lose access to your files. If your computer has the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip, BitLocker uses it to seal the keys that are used to unlock the encrypted operating system drive. When you start your computer, BitLocker asks the TPM keys to the drive and unlocks it.
If you encrypt data drives (fixed or removable), you can unlock an encrypted drive with a password ***** a smart card, or set the drive to automatically unlock when you log on to the computer.
You can turn off BitLocker at any time, either temporarily by suspending it, or permanently by decrypting the drive.