Similar to the problem that Socrates noted , I too have a sever booting problem, and I too am working with a HP laptop (HP EliteBook workstation). Following what I understood to be a maintenance check, as part of my HP system, the computer went through its process only to leave me with a now no longer working machine. It will not boot. The computer is also only 4 weeks old. When booting I receive this message: cAfee Endpoint Encryption for PC v6.1 EpePc has been corrupted (error 92h).
All googling of this problem seems to point in one direction, that the corruption is non-reversible.
Is that true? Do I now own a one month old $3,000.00 piece of junk? Who do I thank, McAfee or HP?
I'm sorry you are having problems, but the product you are using is "drive encryption for HP protectools" - its not a McAfee product, and if you mention "McAfee Endpoint Encryption" to the HP support team you will confuse them.
Your data is totally recoverable though as long as you still have the HP recovery file you created when you activated the encryption, and even if not, you can always just wipe everything and start again. The computer is not affected, jut the software.
Again though, this is not a McAfee product, you need to work with HP on this as we dont sell or support their version.