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Problem folder locking system ?

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  • anulal Jan 07, 2008

    folder locking system ??

  • anulal Jan 07, 2008

    file locking system ??

  • sunny492 Feb 12, 2009

    i have the same problem

    i am unable to find out the lock which locks the whole folde not a single file

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    k750i

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As you brothr your K-750i is not a device with operating system. Sorry there is no solution to lock any folder in such device. At least i haven't heard about such programm.

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Access or Delete "System Locked Files & Folders" on Non-System Drives using...


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W7 version: -

I received a large portion of this helpful tip from a fellow Techie. I just added a few extras and clarified a few itty-biddy important things. Enjoy.

Please read and fully understand everything below before proceeding.

System Locked Folders may include, but are not limited to: -

i386, amd64, System Volume Information, Recycle Bin, Recycler, and other System Locked Folders that you may feel are not required on your Non-System Drive which you currently can't access.

DO NOT DELETE OR ALTER any of these type of Files or Folders on any System Hard Drives as they are used for the correct operation of these Systems. This is intended for Non-System Storage Devices Only.

First you need to enable Hidden Files. Several ways to get there, here is one way: -

Start > Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Show hidden files and folders (in the Folders Option) > Click on Show hidden files, folders, and drives > Apply > OK then exit out of all these screens.

For your Systems Safety, please reverse the above operation after you have completed what needs to be done.

Let's start: -

You may get a confimation or other screen at times. Just OK or allow it if it pops up.

1. From your Non-System HD, go the offending folder, or sub-folder.
2. Right click on it and then left click on Properties.
3. Left click on Security then Advanced and then Owner.
4. Left Click on Edit and you will see a choice.
5. Change the current owner to yourself or another administrator you can use with full control.
6. Tick the box below that says Replace owner on subcontainers and objects.
7. Left click on Apply then OK.
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12. Left click on Apply and then OK.
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