I've got slightly different issues. HP Compaq 8510w with MS Vista sp2. I installed McAfee endpoint encryption.
Installation went fine, machine rebooted twice, and started encrypting HD.
I shut down the machine after 2 hours. ON next login - I could only login in mcafee logon page, and boot procedure fails during loading of windows.
This fails with following diagnostics and repair detais:
“Startup repair” window shows up, and says
“root cause found: System Volume on disk is corrupt”.
Repair action: File system repair (chkdsk)
Result: Completed successfully. Error code = 0x0.
before this there are coule of other checks, which go through fine.... so I don't think the hard disk is broken at all, It can actually find the partition, and filesystem.
I tried to du some resaerch on the topic, and I got the imression at the mcafee has got some tools for fixing the image, or recovery of data, If I can provide
passwords. Let's see how this goes.
Even though copule of my colleagues got it workign fine, rIght now I am really, really skeptical of this encryption aproach - It does make backup/restore procedures more complicated. The recovery tools are not publicly availble, and there little information what they can do. and on top of this you get performance penalty. If I ever get working, also there seem to be additional bugs, like blue screen of death.
I am really glad, that in my county there is not legal obligation of crypting HD contents.
I'm not a product expert but I've moved this thread to our Endpoint Encryption area. Hopefully someone can help you soon.
You can perform encrupted disk inspection and data recovery using WinTech utility that came with EEPC products that you have installed.
There is written procedure on how to create WinPE recovery CD with WinTech on it. If data is valuable, contact your local IT support or McAfee Support.