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Jul
26
awarded  Scholar
Jul
26
accepted How to encrypt my system (harddisk) on Windows 8.1 pro?
Jul
26
comment How to encrypt my system (harddisk) on Windows 8.1 pro?
THANK YOU VERY MUCH. I realy realy needed my encryption, and was realy inconvenienced without my TrueCrypt, so I am REALY happy with your answer. As you might have guessed by now, it worked :-)
Jul
26
comment How to encrypt my system (harddisk) on Windows 8.1 pro?
Thanks @iszi, I indeed know nothing about TPM technology and didn't know that Bitlocker could work without a TPM chip. To be clear: I tried 4 different encrypting products after my long user TrueCrypt 'stopped', and in my opinion drive encryption is mandatory as a consultant, so I'm very pleased with the bitlocker answer.
Jul
23
comment How to encrypt my system (harddisk) on Windows 8.1 pro?
As I don't know how these things work, I don't know what hardware info to provide. Is it the motherboard type, the CPU, the laptop type? I browsed the BIOS but I couldn't find anything about 'TPM'
Jul
23
comment How to encrypt my system (harddisk) on Windows 8.1 pro?
@Ramhound: what consequences does that have, 'not use GPT partitions'?
Jul
23
comment How to encrypt my system (harddisk) on Windows 8.1 pro?
@Ramhound but Bitlocker needed a TPM chip?
Jul
23
asked How to encrypt my system (harddisk) on Windows 8.1 pro?
Jun
23
comment Bitlocker without TPM: does the USB drive have to remain in the laptop?
is " it shouldn't be" the same as " it isn't"?
Jun
23
asked Bitlocker without TPM: does the USB drive have to remain in the laptop?
May
15
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
8
asked harddisk in Windows7 machine goes in 'standby mode' which is not what I want
Jan
15
comment can not to connect to my printer on the same access point
I have 2 checkboxes, labeled SSID and STA, which are in the section: 'security, separate:'. The helpfiles says: "Separating the SSID from each other (or use of STA) prevents communication and data sharing between wireless stations associated with the SSIDs." It sounds like what you are saying, but i'm not sure about the SSID and STA checkbox (and what STA means). My access point can send signal in 4 different SSID's (the help says: "Select the number of SSID’s (Wireless Network names) you would like (up to 4).")
Jan
15
comment can not to connect to my printer on the same access point
Going to check that, thanks for the idea!
Jan
15
asked can not to connect to my printer on the same access point
Feb
25
awarded  Supporter