Question about Dell Inspiron 15 1545 Notebook
It isn't a problem it is for the safety of the Operating System. Access is usually denied because you are not an "Administrator".
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Right click the hd in my computer
click security tab
see the permissions your account has got on the hd.
if your account is part of administrators group you can add your account, get full control on the hd or take ownership of the drive.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Yes, it is a hard drive issue and there is no fixing it temporarily without losing your data. The best thing to get your data is to get a USB enclosure for the type of drive it is (if it's a sata drive or a pata drive) or get an adapter that's an all in one (for 3.5, 2.5, and SATA). Then you hook your failing drive up to the converter, put it in the usb port of another computer and then it will show up as another drive that you can open and explore.
Posted on May 27, 2009
-check the system battery information and charger information of the computer; restart the computer, while the computer is booting up, press F2 repeatedly; check "battery info"
-if it stated ac adapter = unknown device ; update the BIOS (-visit support.dell.com
NOTE:other computers may have different BIOS, if it is not the same you may have to consult manufacturer
-click on drivers and downloads
-click or choose by service tag
-download the BIOS and install it on the computer)
-check information after updating; if same message AC adapter = unknown device; call manufaturer for a replacement AC adapter, if status has changed it is a battery problem or motherboard, contact manufacturer to test battery
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
This is one of the known issues with the Inspiron 1525 computer.The problem is caused by faulty cmos battery. If you computer is in warranty kinldy call Dell to get the same replaced . if the system is out of warranty. You would need to replace the CMOS battery ie below the keyboard.
You can follow the instructions below
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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