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Access Denied To Drives D, H, K, Probably More

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#1 Lanscader


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Posted 08 January 2006 - 01:10 AM

Whenever I plug in a USB drive and in gets labled with any of these volume letters, it says "Access is denied". Drive I seems to work perfectly, though. My drives work fine, too. I took out my D HDD, but the problems didn't start then. They started when I stuck my dad's 120GB Maxtor in (drive D) because it was dying of SMART error. After that, I've re-installed drivers and eventually got a Lexar 32MB drive to work as I. Is there a way to alow access or at least change the drive label?

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