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Hard drive Hi, I got a 2.5" Qmemory hard drive and i am having problems in it's operation with USB 2.0 and USB 1 ports. It is saying access is denied once connected with Laptop.

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When you change a hard drive from one PC to another you have to do a fresh install. The problem is caused with the registry. In other words, the hard drive remembers where is was conntected to and records all of the hardware on your PC to a sepecial datebase called a registry, when you start it up it looks for all of that hardware and if its not there it fails to boot.

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