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Portable Drive Error Showing Device Manager

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#1 MotoTom


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Posted 17 April 2018 - 12:16 PM

I just refreshed an Asus T100TAF Tablet/Laptop (detachable keyboard) to Windows 10 x86. Since it only has 32GB of storage I installed a Sandisk 128GB SD Card and configured it as a VHXD D-Drive. This was to have enough space for my Dropbox.


While it seems to be working OK, Windows Defender Security Center tells me I have a drive problem on this Portable Device. Device Manager has an asterisk next to it and the Hardware troubleshooter can not tell me why. Updating the driver tells me I have the most recent driver.


According to Device Manager Properties Details the Problem Code is 0000000A and the Problem Status is "Access is denied" with a code of 80070005. Also worth mentioning is that this device is an empty folder on the C: drive that is the SD Card ID in Disk Management.


Any idea on how to handle this is greatly appreciated.


Best wishes,


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