How to find back Bitlocker Recovery key?
Some Win10 computers prompt for Bitlocker keys after restoring the system, resetting the computer, entering safe mode, and replacing hardware, which caught many friends by surprise and did not know where to get the key.
This article is for readers who have not written down their keys or backed up their keys on other media, but have logged into their Microsoft accounts in Windows 10 systems.
Get the key
Visit the website where the recovery key is restored: https://account.microsoft.com/devices/recoverykey
Sign in to the website with the Microsoft account you previously signed in to on your computer.
Check the list of keys against the key ID displayed on your computer screen:
Enter the key to unlock Bitlocker.
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