Windows 10: Need Help with GiliSoft Full Disk Encryption to remove post message
Need Help with GiliSoft Full Disk Encryption to remove post message
I have installed GiliSoft Full Disk Encryption just to try it out . so I did the hdd encryption and put a password just to find out , that on the trail version it only Encrypts 5% of the HDD
So I uninstalled it after removing the password
But now every time I boot I still git this Enter password if not press enter
I have removed the software removed the registry key every thing but this annoying message is still there it shows up every time I reboot
where else could I look to remove this Message
Never used that,,, but from what you are saying there are some remnants in startup or registry settings... try CCleaner to remove it.
If it modified the bootloader,,, try bcdboot %windir% from command prompt.
Thanks your Command did run BUT it did not Change the Situation
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