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Old 15-09-2008
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Access Denied

Hello!

I have two hard drives, one of 80 GB I have XP Pro. and the other 40 GB that the latter used it to store files practices of the websites I do.

Now lately I have something strange, or that I denied access to some files on all those who will move to a new folder and nothing else placed in this folder and it denied access to files and I get the Window to the same disc (40 GB) is full (not so) or that the file is read-only (that is not well).

Made a couple of times the \ "ScanDisc \" but useless.

I hope that someone knows who is going to solve this problem.
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Log as the system administration?has touched on something directives group? may need permits on the 40GB hd windows or may be you give this war, I passed that could not erase folders in windows told me that they were in use and restart ready.

Look console windows xp and permits users.
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Hi,

This Topic has been already discussed and solved here - Cannot delete file: access denied
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