Windows 10: Can't access one of my Hard drive...

Discus and support Can't access one of my Hard drive... in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; OK, so I'm just done resetting my PC and when I'm trying to install program on my (F:) hard drive a message pop up saying : ''you need to confirm this... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by YohanSercia, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. Can't access one of my Hard drive...


    OK, so I'm just done resetting my PC and when I'm trying to install program on my (FCan't access one of my Hard drive... :) hard drive a message pop up saying : ''you need to confirm this operation'' -I then press continue and another message pop up : ''you need permission to perform this action''...


    I have been looking for hours for a solution, but when I try to give myself permission (through properties, security, etc..) it says I already have all the permission? I also tried to download the thing that allows you to ''take ownership'' but no result. I know it has something to do with my reset but I can't grasp what. I read that it may be because my hard drive come from 'someone else' but my other one(DCan't access one of my Hard drive... :) work perfectly fine (I have 3 in total, C: D: and FCan't access one of my Hard drive... :).


    Please help me. Thanks.



    (Sorry for my English, I am a french native speaker.)

    :)
     
    YohanSercia, Nov 8, 2018
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  2. DannibusX Win User

    Accessing a Hard Drive...

    ...from a dead laptop.

    My girlfriend's laptop recently s**t the bed, and she has a lot of photos she would like to retrieve from it. I used a USB to IDE cable to try, but it's a no go. Her drive has Windows XP Home on it, and my system has Win7 x64. The computer recognizes the drive, but it wants me to initialize it, which I think may format it.

    I don't know if it's formatted FAT32 or NTFS. Are there any suggestions on accessing the drive to pull all this data off of it?
     
    DannibusX, Nov 8, 2018
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  3. Location is not available F:/ is not accessible. Access is denied. External hard drive

    Hi,

    Most of the time, when your external hard drive shows that error message, it suggests that you don’t have the privilege of accessing to the disk partition. We need to get a permit to take ownership of the drive. Follow the steps below:

    • Open File Explorer.
    • Right-click your hard drive, then select Properties.
    • Go to Security tab.
    • Click Advanced, then select Edit.
    • On the Owner tab, modify the ownership of the specified account.
    • Click Apply, then OK.
    Update us with the outcome so we can provide further assistance.
     
    Martin Bar, Nov 8, 2018
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  4. Can't access one of my Hard drive...

    Overclock your hard drive!!!

    Heres a much easier hack that I realized quite a few years ago that really does work!

    REQUIREMENTS:
    • Hard drive with molex power connection.
    • PSU with more than 1 strand that has molex plugs on it.
    • Wire strippers, soldering iron if you're fancy, electrical tape if you're not.
    STEPS:
    • Take the strand of connectors from your PSU, and decide which one will be the donator for this overclocking adventure.
    • Cut the yellow and orange cables, then twist them together.
    • Find the power connector you've chosen as the overclocking connector, and release the orange cable from the connector. Now use your preferred method to bind them together, then place it back together.
    • Plug in a drive and feel the speed!
    Congratulations! You've just overclocked your hard drive!
     
    Sir B. Fannybottom, Nov 8, 2018
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