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Access is denied

Dear sir or Madam,
I have a problm wid my computer
when I open my hard disk drive (H) and open it's folder, Error comes it says
Folder is not accessible and access is denied.
and it dsnt open so plz help me.

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Try to scan it with R-Studio or GetDataBack..

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