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Windows 7: Cannot change files on D: Drive

19 Jan 2010   #1
imanewbe

Windows 7 Pro
 
 
Cannot change files on D: Drive

Hi everyone

The problem i am having is that i have a C and D drive.
I have windows installed on C. I have just done a fresh install and i have kept everything that was on my D Drive.
Now i cannot change some things on my D drive . The things that were shared are the things i cant change.

Can anyone help me?


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19 Jan 2010   #2
Minotar

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by imanewbe View Post
Hi everyone

The problem i am having is that i have a C and D drive.
I have windows installed on C. I have just done a fresh install and i have kept everything that was on my D Drive.
Now i cannot change some things on my D drive . The things that were shared are the things i cant change.

Can anyone help me?
Hi and welcome to the SevenForums
Can you open this Window by clicking the Start Button >Computer


Then download this and install it via the tutorial.
Take Ownership Shortcut
Then Right click on D: and left click Take Ownership

Right Click on D: again and click properties>Security>Click your user group>edit>then tick all the boxes to give yourself full control.
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