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Kinda screwed.. [Need to open Flash Drive using BitLocker on Mac..]

Jeroen1322
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Hi guys!

 

 

I have an USB flash drive and i put a password on it with BitLocker, now the problem is i have use my flash drive on a Mac.. And i can't open it..

 

HELP!

 

Edit: 'cuz words.

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@Jeroen1322: Hop onto a Windows 7 or newer machine, disable BitLocker, make sure it's in a FAT32 format, then you should be good to go.

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@Jeroen1322: Hop onto a Windows 7 or newer machine, disable BitLocker, make sure it's in a FAT32 format, then you should be good to go.

 

change FAT32 to exFAT though .... (unless you use old versions of windows XP)

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@Jeroen1322: Hop onto a Windows 7 or newer machine, disable BitLocker, make sure it's in a FAT32 format, then you should be good to go.

 

change FAT32 to exFAT though .... (unless you use old versions of windows XP)

I should have mentioned that i don't have acces to a Windows machine right now and it is FAT32

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I dont think its possible the whole point of bitlocker is that it can only be opened by the OS it was designed for - windows

 

it is a windows only technlogy

 

EDIT - you should use something open like truecrpyt in the future

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I should have mentioned that i don't have acces to a Windows machine right now and it is FAT32

 Well you have no choice but to wait until you do then.

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You cold use a virtual machine, but this will still require you to have access to a Windows OS to install in the virtual machine, to access the drive.

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I dont think its possible the whole point of bitlocker is that it can only be opened by the OS it was designed for - windows

 

it is a windows only technlogy

 

EDIT - you should use something open like truecrpyt in the future

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20/20 Hindsight

Yes, but I meant if the OP wants to use an encrypted memory stick but wants it to work between different platforms he can use that :)

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