Encrypt Whole Disk fails
I'm attempting to encrypt an external USB hard drive using PGP WDE for Mac 10.1.1. The disk has been cleanly formatted as a Mac OS X Extended volume, and passes checks in Disk Utility. Whenever I begin the process, PGP gets a few hundred megabytes in and then fails, ejecting the disk in the process.
Here's the relevant log output:
2011-05-26 20:48:20: Switched logging level to Debug 2011-05-26 20:49:29: -[CPGPWDEController (0x16E16730) addUser:toWholeDisk:withPassphrase:admin:] Adding user to whole disk 2011-05-26 20:49:30: WDRT Generated: 74VFY-W00GM-DKDKD-CMH62-G9Q1Z-0FE 2011-05-26 20:49:30: -[CPGPWDEController (0x16E16730) encryptWholeDisk:withPassphrase:preinstrument:safemode:] Encrypting whole disk 2011-05-26 20:50:05: (Thread 2961342464) -[CPGPOvidLogger (0x2B0D600) sendBadSectorEventForDisk:badSectors:] Null pointer value: wholeDisk (bad parameters)
What would be causing this and how do I fix it?