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Windows 7: by mistake delete c: drive access


17 Apr 2011   #1

windows 7 home basic 64 bit
 
 
by mistake delete c: drive access

Hello,in my hp g61 notebook by mistake in c:\ properties- securaty-advance satting delete all acess of c:\,now i can`t access the c:\ by window,can`t instal and uninstal any softwere in my pc and not able to delete any file on pc.now after purchase i didn`t make recovery disc. today i try to make recovery disc.using start-recovery manager-create recovery,not open window show error(windows cannot acess c:\program file x86\hewlett-packard\recovery\cd creator.exe)please guide me what is the solution of this problem. please give help to make access on c drive.


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17 Apr 2011   #2

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Win 7 Pro 64-bit
 
 

Hello Shamsh and welcome to Seven Forums.

You might be able to access a hidden recovery partition that's on your hard drive.

HP G61-100 Notebook PC series*-* HP Notebook PCs - Recover Windows 7 Operating System Using HP Recovery - c01895783 - HP Business Support Center
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19 Apr 2011   #3

windows 7 home basic 64 bit
 
 

thanks for reply and help me in my problem time.your idea is ok but this idea dosenot work for me.

i solve my problem ussing(f8) safe mode with nateworking.and go to security tab.in advance satting and give user and adminstrator to full control on my system.

without ussing of safe mode i can`t do editing on ownership and take full control to system.
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