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I can not see files on **** D, but it are there (i loot at prope)

Hello everybody, I have a problem with disc D of my computer. I can' see a document at all, but it are there, becouse when I look at properties window I see that disc is loaded with files in a certain percentage.

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Most likely your file security settings are incorrect. To solve this, you have to be an administrator on that computer.
Open My Computer.
Right click on D: drive.
Click Properties.
Choose Security tab.
Check the Access Control List who has rights on that drive.
Grant Allow for Authenticated Users / Users / Everyone for Read & Execute, Modify, List Folder, Read, Write. (If none of the mentioned users can be found on the list, add one of them (preferably the first one) by clicking on the Add... button - in Vista you have to click Edit first. If it doesn't help, add the next one, and so on).
I hope this helps.

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