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Theres two likely possibilities to this
1. if you are in a corporate environment, then the restricted machine may have a policy set to stop data being placed on an external device. in which case contact your administrator to allow access.
But most likely the restricted machine may be windows 7 and the unrestricted is not.
there is a policy in windows 7 that stops people from writing to the root of any hard disk.
to confirm that this is your problem, simply use the other machine to create a new directory by right clicking somewhere in the drives explorer folder and select NEW then FOLDER, call it TEST for example then take the portable drive across to the restricted machine, open the folder then try dragging your files into this folder.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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