1. demonplex's Avatar
    Hi, I decided to 'refresh' my Surface a little bit and install clean Windows (10 Pro). I downloaded the image, created bootable USB and run the creator. Everything was goung smooth as butter until I was going to choose the partition I wanted Windows on. I formatted all the partitions and then realised I wasn't able to click 'next; when choosing SSD drive. Creator says the drive is encrypted with BitLocker (I didn't know that before) and I should disable it in Control Panel, but I'm unable to run Windows now, because all the partitions are formatted. I do have BitLocker key, though (it's connected with my Microsoft Account). Do You have any solution for me? Thanks in advance! :)
    12-15-2017 11:00 AM
  2. DOGC_Kyle's Avatar
    Can't you still delete the partition?

    You should NOT format anything, always delete, when in the installer. Windows needs to go on Unallocated space.
    12-15-2017 05:47 PM

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