You don’t specify a particular mount point. Any help in resolving this error, would be very much appreciated, Sam Hi Sam, I had this same error myself. Hi Sam, you said. I even used Windows 7 Help and Support. Well I decided to try actually editing the registry – rather than just looking at it. Will try the procedures as you listed, and will provide a status report after I am finiished. Originally Posted by FliGi7 You may be right about just ignoring this.
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Sunday, July 17, 5: Friday, May 31, 2: Friday, August 12, 4: Hi ScamSam, you said. From what I have been able to find, there is no way of preventing these errors from occurring, and Rvent is a problem from my point of view!! I’m trying to think what could have possibly caused it to start producing errors. And did you say this is Windows 7 with, or without Service Pack 1 installed? And as a bonus it seems to have fixed my Media Devices as listed in Network of my Laptop.
Saturday, July 30, 2: First, not all version of Windows support BitLocker encryption, so make sure to take that into account.
I would very much appreciate any help in resolving the event viewer error problem for BitLocker. Most online guides will automatically suggest scanning for malware, defragmenting your stuff, and cleaning the registry.
BitLocker Error Event ID: ; Locate ID: in Event – Microsoft Community
There are bitlocker-criver others, too. Edited by pkn Sunday, July 17, 4: I checked and bitlocker is not turned on, chkdsk shows no errors and everything is actually running fine, just happen to notice this Some of us keep track of the way our computer is functioning and try to ensure that problems are resolved proactively by checking the Event Viewer on a regular basis, and we should not be seeing “red X-ed” 42620 showing up EVERY time we check.
I found this thread after plugging-in a new Seagate external drive today and getting the same error:. Regards, pkn If my post was helpful – give it a Vote. Please post your question in the Technet- Windows 7 Security Forum. This doesn’t cause me any problem and for some reason it doesn’t Saturday, July 30, 3: On the command prompt icon, I selected the Run as Administrator, and had the prompt of c: When did you install Acronis?
No other error showed just this in the event viewer. Hi there Sam,I can evebt suggest that, armed with your added info 246620 the subject – try searching for things like mountvol and bitlocker etc, in the Win7 forums generally, especially the Win 7 Hardware forum.
Windows 7 IT Pro. See if you can spot something that answers your questions directly.
Event 24620 BitLocker Error
The timestamp of the three errors corresponds to a system boot. What obvious step s am I missing????
In reply to ScamSam’s post on April 22, This sounds like an ugly way of doing things, but it seems innocent enough.
Saturday, July 30, Evennt much if I remember right. Back up the MountedDevices registry key, either from Regedit or via command-line: Tutorials Eventid error 0x at boot failing to read W8 partition I have W7 Pro 64bit in a dual boot with W8.
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