Did you happen to select "Always enable pre-boot USB support" in EE 1.0.0 Product Settings policy?
Try to run with this option de-selected. Recently EEPC 5.2.3 was released to address this issue, v6 was probably written before that.
Unfourtantley no, Always enable pre-boot USB support was already deselected. Appreciate the suggestion though!
OK. You may try other options in "Encryption Providers" tab of EE 1.0.0 Product policy:
"User compatible MBR"
"Fix OS boot record sides"
"Use windows system drive as boot disk"
What kind of video card is in the machine? I believe an issue has been identified on certain Lenovo models with ATI video cards and is being worked on.
I'm the "lucky" owner of a Lenovo T500 with ATI graphic card. I get this black screen after encryption. Are there any news about a solution for this problem ?
Well, if you get black screen, this might not be ATI issue. Apparently ATI problem manifests in bluescreen and affects XP OS only.
There is a workaround.
Same issue here with the black screen...although I think it's really a BSOD hidden by a black screen. The machine is inactive when this happens. The workaround is not acceptible as it means using standard vga drivers which make your display respond at a less than desirable rate.
My test machine is an IBM StinkPad T60 with an ATI x1300 video card. I cannot have the ATI drivers (or 3rd party Omega Radeon drivers) enabled or I get the black screen. Safe mode works fine but have to use it to disable/delete the ATI drivers.
After discovering a bug with AD LDAP queries, I am quite disappointed in McAfee for forcing the release of EEPC v6 and ePO 4.5P1 so quickly. These are show-stopper bugs for me.