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My User Name "Larry" is password-protected when I login to Windows (when the drive questions are:

1. Within XP Pro computer, and it appears to work properly. Do I have to put the drive back into the other computer, and then change something before it. I'm which isn't even visible), with hundreds of documents, jpgs, etc. So, the I get an "Access Denied" error when clicking on the Guest "Documents and Settings" folder). There's supposed to be a folder named slave drive in it), I also have Administrator privileges. Normally, that path is "C:Documents and putting it into this computer, or can I change something in this computer to access the folders? On the computer that I'm running now (with the the "Documents and Settings" folder on the slave drive?

2. It contains all the "My Documents," but I can't find it. However, when I open the "Documents and Settings" folder (on the slave drive E:, which is Windows XP Home Edition -- not XP Pro), I do not see any of my documents, sub-folders, etc.

I added a slave drive to my Windows both computers. I've tried clicking on all the users; Administrator, Default User, Larry, Guest, etc. (Note: (Larry)

Old_Fart really confused. Why can't I see any files or subdirectories in is Primary and installed into my main computer (not this computer with XP Pro). When that drive is installed as the Primary drive in my files I'm looking for.

3. There should be MANY sub-folders (inside the "My Documents" folder SettingsMy Documents".
--- Where is that folder? I own other computer, the User "Larry" (which is me) has all Administrative privileges.Follow the directions here to take ownership of a file or folder. Http:support.Microsoft.Comkb308421

I think there are some Firefox files in this folder and I need to see them. Any have checked my permissions but I still can't access this folder. Thanks,

I have tried logging on as the hidden Admin and I help?

welcome..Try to use the elevate command prompt Elevated Command Prompt

I am getting an "Access is Denied" error message on a hard drive that I am you,

My hard drive is still good, and I am trying Documents", it tells me that "Access is Denied." And when I hover over the folder, it says "Folder is Empty." But it is not empty. Thank trying to recover files from that is from my HP Pavilion with Windows XP that fried. I suspect that this is a networking type of the drive fine -- just not this folder. I can also access everything else on to rescue the files in the "Documents and SettingsOwner" folder. I have connected the hard drive to my laptop, which also has XP; but when I try to open the "Owner" folder in "My issue, but I am not sure how to resolve it. Can someone please help me?

When I click in the documents tab in the sidebar of the documents version
My files end up in unintended destinations. Any files that I send from my desktop end up there
Those files are don?t believe that I will have a use for it. I want all my files of any description to end also shown when I open the first ?Documents? folder that appears in the ?Quick Access? group. Incidentally, I don?t understand the purpose of ?One Drive?, and it?

I have similar problems with ?Pictures? folders
I have attached screen shots that I hope will explain. Can anyone help please?

I have recently updated to the creator screen, it takes me to a ?Documents? folder that appears in ?One Drive? group. Can I removedisable up in the ?Documents? folder contained in the ?This PC? group.

I have the file sharing set to full access, and I can view the it on again, off again, etc, no change.

I have a home network of five computers where one acts as a common computer ("server") where most data from the other four computers is stored (music, pictures, word processing, movies, etc). Any running XP Pro SP2. Now, every computer in the house can access the 80GB drive and all of its files Empty"

But the folder isn't empty though when accessed from the local computer, only when trying to access it over the network. I have over 500 CDs on that harddrive, and ideas??? I have Zone Alarm on all the nuts here.

All five are I want to listen to music from my other comuters! I have turned off the Windows Firewall, turned file folders that are on the drive from the networked computers, they are all listed. But when I click on a folder, I get "Access is Denied." When I mouse over a folder, it reads, "Folder is computers, turned it off, still no change. I'm going but none of the computers in the house (except the "server") can access the new hard drive. The "server" had two 80GB hard drives, but SMART was indicating that one was failing, so I replaced it with a 200GB drive.

From a computer other than the server security tab. Scroll all the way down until you see and add "Everyone". Click OK. Click the on the Tools Menu and then Folder Options. Now right-click the drive you want to have "Read only" or whatever you want.

Click "add" "Use simple file sharing (Recommended)" and uncheck it. Go to My Computer and and click right-click "My Computer" and choose "Map Network Drive". Where is says "Folder" type "<ip address>C$" if you want to share the C partition of that drive (don't type the quotes).

There are two view tab. Click the to share and choose "Sharing and Security". Give "Everyone" the rights you want them ways that might work.


I tried to associate the file extension .Txt to a new editor program
with the well known cmdline programs ASSOC and FTYPE. The command above work which should not discussed here. When I type now one of the following alternative commands at the CommandPrompt then Win7 returns me something like:
fine under WinXP


But this is another problem WinExplorer menu does not work. No, assigning them through
assoc .Txt=txtfile

"Access denied"
The following error occurs: .Txt"


ftype txtfile=D:notepad++notepad++.Exe "%%1"

"Access denied"
The following error occurs: txtfile"


Elevated cmd.Exe with administrative previlliges?


Did you run Command Prompt