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Pen drive when we are opening it it is showing acess denide

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    Is your pen drive using secured software?



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On which of the window are u using this buddy.ig it is showing access denied plz format that iwth genguine updated antivirus

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How to open the folder if this is a acces denide


Click start control panel,folder options select view scroll down to hidden files and folders tick in show hidden files and folders
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WHEN I INSERTED PEN DRIVE THEN THIS ERROR SHOW


Hello,
Please follow the bellow link,
Your computer affected with virus,and auto run program is running .
Hello ,
No need to download the driver for your pen drive.


If you can not open your pen drive there is a serious problem in your PC.I think your pc is infected with virus.
If want to confirm follow the steep.

PEN DRIVE CAN NOTRECOCKNIZEV OR NOT OPEN b> b>I think it could be due to virus activity. Some virusmake the contents of the drive hidden, that's why user can't see the files and the space available for use is less than thecapacity and also can not open the drive. It issuggested that go to FOLDER OPTIONS - and select SHOW HIDDEN FILES. It may showthe hidden files. If can not show ,hidden file (tools >folder option>view> check on show hidden file>check off hide protected and checkoff hide extension) now can see all hidden file in c drive. If not think...... For ensure again run>type> msconfig > hit can not open ms config if virus effected run >type> regedit>hit>can not open registry if virus effected run >type >gpedit.msc>hit can not open group edit policy if virus effected Otherwise, ifyou don't have any vital data on the drive, just format it in another pc.Pleasenote, before insert the Pen drive .Go to run command from start menu OR Press Win key+R and type gpedit.msc and hit>Usser configuration >system>turn off auto play >enable>use down arrow key select all drive >apply >ok. Control panel>administrative tools > service>select any word in right side and presss for select Shell Hardware Detection> d -click >use down arrow key>disable >start. And now can insert pen drive and format. Hope this wouldfix the issue and . Youshould fully scan by f-secure bootable cd or any another antivirus bootable cd.Just insert the disk and restart. Follow bellow the download link. http://www.askvg.com/download-free-bootable-rescue-cds-from-kaspersky-bitdefender-avira-f-secure-and-others/ you wouldbe able to enjoy the full capacity of the disk. Try to be sure follow these youshould delete partition and create new partition and format your all drive. Now install fresh O.S. Hope it will help you

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Acess denied


You certainly have an autorun installed by a virus.

A solution is to go command line and delete autorun.inf in c:\ and d:\

Another solution is to right click and choose open in the menu instead of execute. If execute is default then your computer is infected. I suggest http://downloads.andymanchesta.com/RemovalTools/SDFix_ReadMe.htm

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Pendrive


this a definitely virus problem, do check with the updated virus cleaner or some other virus cleaner application.

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Pen drive not showing in my explorer.


Its a common problem with the pendrive, in windows. some time it doesnot detect or not showing clearly that device. you have to check your pendrive manufacturer and driver details. and also check it out driver signing.

Do you have mapped network drives on your computer? If you have this may cause your problem. When you insert the PEN Drive into USB and the "safely remove hardware" icon appers try to right-click on it and choose "eject" or "remove" (don't remember :), then pull the PEN DRIVE from the USB and connect it again. Go to Windows Explorer and try to open all your mapped drives, then the content of your PEN DRIVE must be loaded into your Windows Explorer. This is happened sometimes, because PEN DRIVE try to assign the first free drive letter after your phisical drive letters, and if you have a mapped drive letter, the PEN DRIVE assign one of them.

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did you copy an installation of win98 to your pendrive and you want to boot it from there? check your bios/pc setup settings if it supports boot from USB,

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