I connect a pendrive to my Eee PC 4G Surf and I want see its content in the File Manager . Instead of opening it, I get the message "You do not have enough permissions to read. " I have maid a System Recovery but still the same answer. (Same answer when connecting an external USB HDD)
What should I do?
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Re: No permission to read my pendrive, Usb HDD
Go to my computer, double click the drive. it should open with a list of folders/files. to open the folder double click it. to open a file, do the same.
optionally, you can redo the drivers by going into my computer, system, hardware, and selecting the device from the list. click the driver tab, uninstall the drivers. restart, and the drivers should reload.
this should solve the problem.
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when you were uploading your OS and if an HDD or USB was connected or you have a complete system restore lying around somewhere, You're boot mngr is in there . Did you do a clean install? If so than your OEM and Boot options is in an EFI partition hidden on an internal HD and is Linux based. If you go to your MMC console and hit Disc Manager, you'll see something like 100 mb EFI , with no Disk letter assigned and also a MRP, Which is a Microsoft reserved partition.. Kookie stuff goin' on in that ASUS place.
Try uninstalling the wifi driver from device manager and restarting your netbook it should re-install the driver automatically and then try your wireless again.
If you need more help feel free to ask
Unfortunately Xandros is a paid (yes, you have read correctly , PAID) Linux distro. You will have to pay to get a Live-USB to reinstall. Instead you should go here http://www.pclinuxos.com/forum/index.php/topic,46097.0.html and follow the instructions to create your own PCLinuxOS (the one i use) Live-USB. You will need another pc for that. After booting from it all you're gonna have to do is to click on the Install icon on the desktop.
Connect some USB mouse and then go to device manager, and look for the drivers. Is there any driver installed for the mouse? \if not gop to asus web site, to support section, and there you can find all the drivers you need to install