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Access denied to disk drive System C: & D:


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#1 bbamse

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Posted 02 July 2017 - 12:14 PM

Hello. 

So i was going to restrict what my guest account could access in the files system. I changed the rights to open the disks C: and D:. The C: drive is system windows drive. 

Now here's the case .. I locked my own ass out cool.gif I know, how cool im i bergenser.gif cheers. 

It seems i lost my own admin right's and now i have problem running programs bevcuse c drive is in lockdown. 

I would like to crack it open. Lets have fun.



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#2 JohnC_21

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Posted 02 July 2017 - 01:42 PM

You will need another computer to run Lazesoft Recover Windows Password. Create a bootable CD or USB flash drive. You may need to disable SecureBoot and Quickboot/Fastboot in your UEFI settings. Home edition is free.

 

Boot Lazesoft and enable the Adminstrator Account.

 

http://www.lazesoft.com/how-to-reset-administrator-password.html

 

After unblocking the Adminsitrator Password you should be able to login to the Adminstrator Account and back out of your changes.



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Posted 03 July 2017 - 05:37 PM

Welcome to Bleeping Computer.

 

Let me guess, you used the Deny permission.  You should be able to take ownership of the drive and work the rest of it from there.



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Posted 05 July 2017 - 12:05 PM

So what i did: 

 

- Got into PC repair mode

- Changed the file name of CMD to work on the setch command (tapping shift 5 times)
- Restart

- Got to windows login screen, here i hit the bleep to get the CMD running

- Activated the hidden user account and retreevd password to the other account be using /random. 
- I also used the command "takeown" to add rights to the local administrators group over C://windows/system32

Result: FAIL (fail to take own of C: & D: disk, still locked)

So next i downloaded new OS on another machine and installed it.

Result: Positive 
- Go control over C disk (dah, i just deleted the thing, so  you know, it happend) But antoher thing
- when i had this under control i now could force ownership of D: disk, where i had my files stored. 

So gratz to me and tnx 

JohnC_21
and 
Kilroy for comment's. 


    Now i am going to do the same thing once more. Couse im am sure i could get thru without installing new OS, since i had control to the CMD on login and DOS. if you want to taggle along, say hey. tnx again. exuse the english.
 


Edited by bbamse, 05 July 2017 - 12:06 PM.





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