the problem means something nuked the MBR on this machine, that's the test EEtech uses to see if the product is installed. You could try an emergency boot - EETech wil go search the disk for the disk info, if that fails though you'll need to do a manual forced decryption. Use the partition information for the sector ranges, and test the first and last sector of each range to confirm it is indeed encrypted (and decrypts fine) before you start it off.
Oh, and make sure it's on proper power, as there's no recovery during forced crypt operations.
Thanks Safeboot, I figured this was the case. Did a lot of searching last night on this issue and thats all I could find as a solution. I called Mcafee support last night and put a case in. I got a call this morning and the tech said he was going to send instructions, but I'm still waiting for them. Anyone have a how-to on how to do this?
I know I will need the wintech or safetech cd. I have the xml file for the system and can get the code of the day but what do I do after.
I assume I have to go to work space and load up the file and then do something but not sure what. I don't want to "wing it" and mess something up to the point where the data is not recoverable.
A couple of quick questions:
when doing an emergency boot, should you change the AHCI sata settings to legacy or doesn't it matter (especially when its searching for the boot info from the disk)
and i take it this then rewrites the MBR with the correct boot info so once its completed its EB, it should boot normally next time?
I am also facing the same problem.
I dont know how to proceed for this.
Error: EEPC 6.1.2 - error EE120000 - Endpoint Encryption is not currently active.
tell me the steps how to go with that.
please start a new thread detailing exactly what the problem is and what steps you have attempted to resolve.