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    Overnight my computer upgraded via Windows Update to Windows 10 Pro preview 10547. After the reboot, I logged in and discovered that my D: drive was protected with Bitlocker. I did not configure Bitlocker. As such, I don't know the password, or the recovery key. My D: drive contains my user profile and all of my data, so even things like my desktop are unavailable. It could be a coincidence on the timing? But I haven't made any other changes to my PC recently. Any advice would be appreciated.
    09-30-2015 01:31 PM
  2. MoshMast's Avatar
    If your Windows installation was tied to a Microsoft Account you should be able to access your Bitlocker recovery key online.
    09-30-2015 03:52 PM

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