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I can't access my G:/ drive

I double click or right clikc and click open but it says access denied the g drive is not accessible this happened after my computer rescaned the drive after i restarted it.

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  • awolowo Feb 02, 2009

    i have this type of problem, my external hard disc is saying 'g' not accessible. trying to open it on 'My Computer' it hangs and latter say it is noe accessiblle.



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You can try unplugging the Hard drive, rebooting the computer.
then after you are at the desktop, plug it back in.
It is posible that windows fixed/changed something when it did a scan

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