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My local disk (E:) is locked by easy lock drive. when i double click on e: massege show : "Access is Denied"

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You need a file called takeownership which when run installed to the reg it gives you the option of taking ownership removing that anoying Access Denied screen.

google for it I did and it works a treat.

good luck

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