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the problem is when i boot into windows the LAN connection (two small monitors in the taskbar) takes atleast 10 minutes to show !! Thanks x 1000000 if you can help me out. 0 Comment Question by:tuilse Facebook Twitter LinkedIn https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21218195/Documents-and-Settings-Folder-Access-Denied.htmlcopy LVL 65 Best Solution bySheharyaarSaahil Hello tuilse =) Take Ownership of this file\folder as Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Amd then I came here and read your solution (of taking ownership of folders (i always intutively know there would be something like that, but didnt know how)).

sorry! :) 0 Message Expert Comment by:adroit_raj ID: 137903242005-04-15 Hey Guys!! The single OS drive (also a Raptor) is connected seperately to the Intel 875/6300ESB chipset SATA ports. How to take a landscape picture with mobile phone in frame ? The only user I can be is "Linda" I've tried importing the folder into Outlook while in safe mode, but I get a message, "The mail folder could not be opened.

by fmitchelltx01 / May 20, 2014 10:42 AM PDT For some reason I can't access the files on my WD Elements external Hard drive. I Have regained control of the active desktop and can now use control,alt,delete! Windows Update also cannot write to these partitions, but XP installed into them. | Any ideas???? To this end i have put 2x 3tb hardware RAID 5 arrays in it and assorted other spare disks which i have shared the roots of.

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Extending Primary Partition On RAID Array On 2003 SBS Server Show Write Delayed Failed Error - Raid Drives Can't Access File Deletion Denied: Message "cannot Delete DO_NOT_DELETE.mediaID: Access Denied"? it would be better to have the "Authenticated users" group have those permissions and remove the Everyone group from any listing at all, except web folders if you have IIS installed. How do I get at "favourites, Docs etc on "windows1" I have heaps of genealogy files etc that I cant access. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create

No matter what I try, including printing out all the help steps and doing them, it seems to be about to the half way point when I get a message that Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Or is something else not quite right here? It was running with the previous XP install.

I run Windows 8.1 on both computers.Please let me know what I need to do in order to gain access to my important files stored on this external hard drive. The network system setup is as follows: 2x XP Pro 32 Bit machines 1x Vista ultimate x64 machine 2x Windows 7 x64 Ultimate machines all chained into 1x 16 port netgear Register now! Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use current community chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.

Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »Maximum PCOct 200298 pagesISSN 1522-4279Published by Future US, Inc.Maximum PC is the magazine that every computer fanatic, But this is the first google hit on the subject and it doesn't supply any great answers. there was sometime I went with no protection and picked up some viruses. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Charles Brown 0 Member Member 0 60 posts Posted May 14, 2006 · Report post Disk Management reports the volume

The "Everyone" access applies to the files for people with physical access to the computer. Ermm, I hate to point this out, but that's totally rubbish. How to suppress the bash execution trace (set -x) from the outside of the script it is set in? Long ago I offered an advice on how to get around it all.

View 3 Replies View Related Access Denied For Administrator In XP Mar 9, 2006 Okay, yesterday I downloaded 12.2MB .msi file for ActivePerl(Used for interactive Perl AI Bots), I got it, Going back to the previous screen, Select User Or Groups, the second line down in the box reads From this location: DESKTOP next to this is a box with: locations, inside Share this post Link to post Share on other sites snomunke 0 Member Member 0 192 posts Posted May 31, 2006 (edited) · Report post OP...now that you have given

That's too dangerous.

Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - Administrator by fmitchelltx01 / May 20, 2014 8:27 PM PDT In reply to: Permissions I am the administrator and have tried it Proffitt Forum moderator / May 20, 2014 10:54 AM PDT In reply to: Denied access to external hard drive? The solution? About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts.

Also, make sure that you run scandisk to make sure that your data integrity is there!!!... I created 3 new accounts (1 admin and 2 power users) on the rebuilt PC. Select Allow "Full Control" under that user, then click OK again. remove your "temporary" installed OS disk, and your computer will now be working on your previously "damaged" OS RAID array All of this assumes you do NOT want to reinstall windows