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Alain3411
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Probook avec partition cryptée Bitlocker

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Bonjour. Je ne parle pas Anglais, désolé.
J'installe Windows sur un ssd crypté avec Bitlocker. Ce cryptement est-il dans la BIOS ? J'avais pourtant supprimé la table des partitions avec diskpart. 40 mn pour réaliser une image Clonezilla !
Peut-on supprimer ce cryptement sans le risque de ne pas pouvoir réinstaller ?
Merci :hello:

 

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Hello. I do not speak English, sorry.
I am installing Windows on an encrypted ssd with Bitlocker. Is this encryption in the BIOS? However, I had deleted the partition table with diskpart. 40 minutes to make a Clonezilla image!
Can we remove this encryption without the risk of not being able to reinstall?
Thanks: hello:

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Microsoft Bitlocker is software encryption. Bitlocker maintains certain keys in the system TPM. there is nothing on the drive that can not be wiped and reused from a bitlocker perspective

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Alain3411
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Hello ! It was fine in the BIOS. The TPM had to be deactivated. Otherwise, Windows would install itself encrypted. Thank you  !

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