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Drive Opening - Access denied

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by valar, Oct 6, 2008.

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  1. valar

    valar Thread Starter

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    Hello friends,
    when I try to open drives in my computer , I get a message "access denied". Then I try to open by right clicking it and click open, then also the same message. The drives are only opened by clicking on the address bar and choosing the drive.
    Please help me.
     
  2. racock

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    Sorry valar,

    could you post a little more info. What OS are you using, and what drives are you trying to open (CD, USB stick, NAS, local C: drive etc.). Where are you trying to open from? 'My Computer'? or somewhere else?

    Lettuce know.

    Rich.
     
  3. valar

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    I am using Windows -XP OS. Access denied message comes when I try to open local drives. C:, D:.
     
  4. valar

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    Using Windows XP operating system.

    This happens when try to open Local drives
     
  5. valar

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    When try to open local drives, "Access denied message appears
     
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    Thank you, The problem solved with C: and D: drives . But not with USB drive. Please Help
     
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