Drive was a boot drive with windows 10 and bitlocked (automatically? dont recall doing it) and was secured by a pin and fingerprint. This was from a thinkpad with a TPM module. Computer is not part of an active directory domain so my googling has not been very helpful.
I dont have the original laptop, and am trying to open this on a different laptop (without tpm) with windows 8.1 pro and no fingerprint reader.
When I attempt to open it, I get the error
There are no supported protectors on this drive. This drive can't be unlocked.
What can I do? Do I need access to the original TPM chip? or just a laptop with one?
some manage-bde info:
BitLocker Drive Encryption: Volume D: [Label Unknown] [Data Volume] Size: Unknown GB BitLocker Version: 2.0 Conversion Status: Unknown Percentage Encrypted: Unknown% ERROR: An error occurred (code 0x80070057): The parameter is incorrect.
Tried my recovery key, I'm not 100% sure it was the latest one made for this install though:
manage-bde -unlock e: -RecoveryKey "keypath"
ERROR: An error occurred while attempting to read the key from disk.
Running this with my pin:
manage-bde -unlock D: -pw
ERROR: The password failed to unlock volume D:.
also running this:
manage-bde -protectors D: -get
BitLocker Drive Encryption: Configuration Tool version 6.3.9600 Copyright (C) 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Volume D: [Label Unknown] All Key Protectors ERROR: No key protectors found.
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