Surely, you mean the boot volume (the one with the system files) and not the
system volume (the one with the boot files)? :-)
No, I wouldn't. As long as it keeps going you will eventually end up with a
fully encrypted volume. It will just take a while to complete.
Your question may already be answered in Windows Vista Security:
> so, I should reduce the partition size of the system volume?
> "Jesper" <Jesper@xxxxxx> Â¼Â¶Â¼gÂ©Ã³Â¶lÂ¥Ã³Â·sÂ»D:51691106-FA2B-44DD-97D6-A8DDA20DFE1E@xxxxxx
> > Leave it for a while. It will probably take 12+ hours to encrypt a drive
> > that
> > large.
> > ---
> > Your question may already be answered in Windows Vista Security:
> > http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/047...otectyourwi-20
> > "Andrew" wrote:
> >> I am using a WD 320Gb drive with AHCI enabled
> >> Intel G33TL board without TPM
> >> Windows Vista Enterprise 64bit (Orginally Chinese with English MUI
> >> installed)
> >> I've configured it to run bitlocker with a USB flash drive
> >> the computer then rebooted, and after logon into windows
> >> the drive starts encryption and then it stays at 0%