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I do not have a bitlocker key but have the bitlocker Id.
Have bitlocker have no recovery key and computer is locked
BitLocker and Windows 10 Pro protect your data
Device lost or stolen? Your computer might be in bad hands, but your data stays protected. Discover how to safeguard you and your data using BitLocker and Windows 10 Pro.
Hi I forgot my Bitlocker key ..What do I do? Thanks
Windows Boots In Recovery State?
Hello Guys. I have a problem concerning the boot up of my PC. so basically a few days ago we had a power outage and i was using my pc at that time. but little did I know it affected it and did something to it. Every time i restart or open up my pc it restarts in its known last state? not really sure about it. And every time i change or install somethings i automatically deletes those changes and reverts back to that said state. I am having problem with this and is messing up my work. If there is someone out there that can help it would be very much appreciated. TL;DR PC boots ups in the last state where it was "fine" and any changes or installed new apps gets automatically deleted.
Let's talk all about hardware security keys ie. Yubico Titan
I've recently delved into the world hardware backed security. Is anyone else into this? I'd like to know more about which sites accept these keys, and which ones people prefer. In case you did not know, most phones now work as bluetooth security keys for google accounts also. Bonus- Who wants to talk TPM keys and secure boot setup? https://cloud.google.com/titan-security-key/ https://www.yubico.com/product/security-key-by-yubico/ https://www.androidauthority.com/android-phone-hardware-security-key-974654/
Know when and how to reset your PC
If your device has issues that make it hard to use, don't give up on it. A system reset, which gives your computer a fresh start with a new copy of Windows, might clean out the problems. Windows has the tools to handle it for you.
Reinstalling Win 7
Good afternoon, I have a 10 year old Aspire 5741 laptop that I updated to win 10 that I wish to revert back to Win 7. I found the MS site for the recovery info to put to usb and provided the MS product code from the bottom of the machine which MS won't accept as per; "The product key you entered appears to be for software pre-installed by the device manufacturer. Please contact the device manufacturer for software recovery options" I'm 83 years of age and don't understand why this is necessary as I bought from a reputable retail chain here in New Zealand. I did go to the Acer site and after spending over 4 hours trying to make sense of it all I'm finally losing the will to live!! I'm desperately hoping you kind folks can help me out here please but I ask that you kindly bear in mind I'm very much a novice so nothing too technical please. Hoping you van help, kind regards....... ps. I do have recovery discs I made back when I bought the laptop but unsure what to do with them,
What is the live cyclus of Windows 10
Although my PC crashed on the harddisk, I wonder what the live cyclus of windows 10 is and how to purchsase at that time a new key. I do understand if I put a new harddisk inside, there is no extra service needed, but mainboard, processor etc would become a other idea.
I need a copy of the Windows Vista Home Premium OS.
I need a copy of the Windows Vista Home Premium OS. My secondhand hp G70 Notebook bears a sticker with a Product Key my Office software rejects. I want to start over. I am low income.
Will You Save Your System or Format it?
Let say you are facing a technical problem in Windows and you have the following options: 1) You could just format and reinstall Windows (e.g. using reset or refresh) and reinstall and recover everything and go back to world. 2) You will work on find and fix the problem and solve it without formatting your Windows. The first one might be easy but you will need to reinstall everything and second one might be time consuming but you won't go for reinstall and recovery process.
Your BitLocker recovery key is a unique 48-digit numerical password that can be used to unlock your system if BitLocker is otherwise unable to confirm for certain that the attempt to access the system drive is authorized.
In an Azure Active Directory account: If your device was ever signed in to an organization using a work or school email account, your recovery key may be stored in that organization's Azure AD account associated with your device. You may be able to access it directly or you may need to contact a system administrator to access your recovery key.
Go to the Company Portal website and sign in with your school or work account. Select your encrypted device. Select Store recovery key. Enter your 24-character, alphanumeric FileVault key.
On the Recovery Keys tab, select Set new recovery key. In a cluster with more than one member, this action disables all other gateway members. You re-enable these members later in this process. Enter the current recovery key and the new one.