What product are you using, it can't be eepc as it does not work as you suggest, are you using eerm by any chance, as if so, that's designed for USB sticks, not for removable hard disks?
You could run a chkdsk over the drive after authenticating I guess?
Hi I've already done that... no result.
I have a laptop from my employer that's encrypted with McAfee Enpoint Encryption, so every time I connect a usb drive/disk that isn't encrypted it asks me to do it, otherwise is write protected. So I did encrypt my external drive to be able to use it. And together with the IT guys from my company I already understood what happened... this: https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB71596
Which, I might say, it's incredibly stupid and a bug that has a HUGE impact, since I was told that I won't be able at all to recover my data...
It’s so frustrating... no comments...
You can still recover your data if you know which machine that encrypt your USB..
Just plug into that machine and it's will decrypt copy your data and format your USB stick.. or ask IT or whoever incharge on EEPC to edit the machine profile to NOT encrypt your drive..
Mirrorless, that's not correct - he's using eerm to encrypt a hard disk rather than a USB stick, he's not using eepc...
Sorry .. i though this was mistakenly encrypt with eepc