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Local Disk(D:) is not accessible Access is denied

My local disk drive is cannot accessible. when trying to opren(click) the dive the text box shows access denied. How this problem can solve? my harddisk is cannot open or access deneid

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First u have format the c:drive the problem is solved
if not u should format all over the system

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