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I have same problem

After I did a Windows Recovery, the recovery files took over my D drive and all folders and files that were on the D drive. I had digial picture folders on the D drive before I did recovery. After Recovery, the folders are still there, but now I can't change them or move them. If I click the folder where the pictures are located, I get "protected by PC Angel" screen and cannot get access to the picture files ( Note: I can only see the folder after selecting "show hidden files option"). Using Smilebox software I can select the pictures and send them in an Email, but I cannot change or move them.

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  • 1835tin Jul 25, 2009

    Yes it is

  • 1835tin Jul 25, 2009

    it is a partition of the c drive, actually. As the PC Angle message indicated, the partition is used as the recovery partition. Any changes to this partition are denied. I can copy the picture folder from the D partition to the C partition, but it is still protected by PC Angel, even in the C partition.
    Everyone should note: Don't store anything in the D partion of your drive, if you have PC Angle software on your system.

  • jdthefixer May 11, 2010

    Is your D drive an internal hard drive?

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The D drive is normally a partition of the C drive rather than a separate drive and is used by many to keep restore files handy for restoration use; system backdating to refresh system files. The D partition, while available and accessible for other purposes is customarily not used for user files and because of the nature of the system installed files, has protection against accidental erasure.
You should be able to copy your photo folders & files intact back to the C (main) partition and regain normal use of them.

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PC Angel is a program that protects your personal info it is usually downloaded with parental controls. You need to find that program and deactiviated it. You can do this by search or by going to contral pannel remove programs and find it and remove it.

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