"You need to format the disk in drive J: before you can use it."
Windows does not know that it is encrypted, and so suggest me to format it right away. And surely I do not want that.
Is there perhaps some registry key that can be added or modified, to prevent this pop-up from appearing?
I am using buffalo secure lock ware for whole disk encryption (disk appears to have no file system no partitions or files, only raw data). And for that reason, system cannot recognize what is on the drive. buffalo secure lock ware , currently, can only fully encrypt system partition, and create container files on external drives.
Edited by JamieThorn, 24 April 2010 - 07:38 AM.