I have lost the ability to access a mounted drive.
Previously, I would mount the drive and it would immediately open, saying it was Q: shared drive...). I have never had a problem before.
The drive is from a True crypt encrypted file - I can mount the drive by entering the password to True Crypt, no problem. It mounts, shows up as local disc Q:, but when I click on it, it will not open and I get a message saying 'You don't currently have permission to access this folder'.
When I follow the directions to security, and access the properties, I add my user name and tick full control but it the says:
An error occured when trying to share Q, access is denied. The shared resource was not created at this time.
I have also tried giving permission to 'Everyone' but the same thing happens.
Please could I have some help - it would be much appreciated!
(This is complicated by the fact I have been having other problems today. Basically,
I used HP Support Assistant to download updates for my laptop, since then I cannot open the devices and printers box - it just hangs and does not populate. I have done system restores, followed instructions from this forum about turning on bluetooth support, printer spooling, resetting explorer, but nothing has worked. I have then gone to open this mounted folder and found it doesn't work.
Getting rather stressed about the whole thing.)