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I used a program called "My Folder" to lock folders. Now it won't let me unlock them

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by zazkad, Jan 3, 2010.

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  1. zazkad

    zazkad Thread Starter

    Jan 3, 2010
    Hey there,

    I installed a program on 15th March 2009 called MyFolder Manager, which allowed me to password protect particular files or folders on my computer

    It was a free program, and their help section lists this as their website, though it doesnt seem to be of any real help: http://virtual-protect.com/

    I have a folder which contains ALL my passwords for accounts here there and everywhere, be they bank accounts, online casino/betting accounts, or just email accounts.

    I've never had a problem with the program, but when i tried opening the folder today, i was met by a message reading:

    "Location is not available
    C:\Users\Zazkad\Desktop\Important Documents is not accessible.
    Access is denied."

    I've tried my best to find other ways at getting around this problem, but regardless of what i try to do, it won't let me access the files within that folder in any way. And i REALLY need access to that folder soon, it's really important to me!

    I would greatly appreciate some help on this matter

    Hope everyone had a merry christmas and a happy new year.

  2. Byteman

    Byteman Moderator Malware Specialist

    Jan 24, 2002

    Answer you do not want to hear, I know....but our Rules say we do not assist with passwords or workarounds for same....

    I advise you to contact whoever you can to help you. You may indeed find a forum with someone who can help you, and Google things, perhaps you will find more help. Closing your thread.
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