It should have asked you for a password ***** you booted the computer. Did it not do that. And will the computer boot into Windows or is that the only drive
This program will unlock it but you need to be running Windows on a 32 bit machine and the drive has to be the secondary drive also the actual program costs money but you can download a tool free to see if it will work
That's a problem. Computer systems are a lot more secure these days. Passwords can no longer be easily bypassed by an expert
You will need to put the drive in another computer and try to run that program to get it unlocked
sorry it is a valid answer. it is not the answer that you want.
i will opt out now as i dont think there is any other answer and you wont be happy no matter what i say