|06 Sep 2009||#1|
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Access to partition denied after install.
I installed windows 7, on the first boot I could access my D drive which is the drive that contains all media, files, resumes, etc etc etc. Windows 7 itself is on the C drive. I rebooted, and I open up 'computer' and now the D drive just says 'D:\ (Spare) NTFS' if I try to open or browse it says 'Access Denied' in a pop up window.
If I try to change the drive letter in disc management; 'Virtual Disk Manager: The parameter is incorrect'
If I right click the drive and access security it says I don't have permission to view security and that I should try to take ownership. If I try to take ownership; 'access denied' Windows 7 literally stole all of my stuff. I suspect it's still in there but I cannot access it. The windows vista I installed on that drive as a work around incase I needed to grab drives and 7 couldn't get online, loads from that inaccessable drive, but cannot browse it. So i know it's intact and has the files on it.
Is there a way to brute force my way into it. it's my stuff and I want it.
I've been looking for how to fix this for around 16 hours now and have only found half tutorials and convoluted nonsense. how do i get access to my drive without formatting? please help me. I'm on the verge of turning into one of those people who just goes around spamming fbombs everywhere. I'm at my limit of sanity and patience with this. there was no reason for windows to lock it away from me in the first place.
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