Hello. So I have a challenging one for you - or, at least, for me. :)

I have a physical hard drive which I will call HD1. HD1 was the primary hard drive on a Windows 10 machine. HD1 is 3TB. But because Windows 10 can only have a 2TB volume, what I did was create a new volume on that REMAINING 1TB. Additionally, I encrypted that 1TB volume using Windows Bitlocker. All of this worked perfectly in my old machine.

I now have a NEW machine, and I want to use that 3TB hard drive (HD1) as a second hard drive. I would like to have the same setup on this drive: I want a 2TB volume (I will simply ignore, and probably overwrite, the Windows OS files on this 2TB volume now that I don't need them), and I want to not only use the remaining 1TB, but I want to simply access the Bitlocked 1TB volume which I can see on my old machine.

The problem is, when I put HD1 in my new machine, it shows the 2TB volume, but doesn't show the 1TB Bitlocked volume at all. It simply shows unallocated space.

My question: Is there a way to access that 1TB Bitlocked volume in my new computer? If so, how do I do it? I don't want to allocate space using the disk management utility, because I don't know how that will affect that 1TB Bitlocked volume on HD1.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!