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I have managed the security in D drive of other user from administrator. so the normal system is, when i am going to copy or delete data from that drive it will want administrator password. After entering the password it it will copy or delete. but the problem is its not working. so, i clean the security of other user and give them full permission. But still its not working. Even though i can't copy from administrator account. when i am going to copy, it shows me that " You need permission to perform this action". Please help me to solve this problem. My PCs operating system is Windows 7.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Can't access my share folders
Drive management show only safely remove usb drive.
When u use mionet software it map the share to a drive letter. If u create folder or files on that drive u dont have permission to chance those files or folders on \\mybookworld.
Solution, dont use mionet software.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
SYSTEM restore should help u
Restart the computer and return to the OS in "safe mode"
THen you click system restore from control panel and restore the system giving admin password when asked.
Theres another way of changing the setting in registry but thats too cmplicated, and i am not sure abt it
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
Are you talking about the administrator password in windows? If so it doesn't have to do anything with bios and you have reset the motherboard to factory settings.
To be able to install window xp or vista you will need to set the settings in bios to boot from CD,A,C in that sort of order so that the cd rom will boot. Place in the CD into your primary cd rom/dvd rom and exit saving changes to bios. When the computer goes to start up it will ask you to press any key to continue into installing windows. Follow all the prompts and you can select to install a new version without saving anything.
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Posted on Aug 07, 2008
what you need to do is format your computer and select the drives that are not being partitioned.It is a problem with the way you partitioned you computer in the very begining.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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