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This is a discussion on Location not found, access denied (portable HDD) within the Hard Drive Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. Good evening. To put it shortly: solutions that helped guys in this post didn't help me. https://www.techsupportforum.com/for...ed-644886.html Also tried icacls


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Old 11-21-2019, 12:44 PM   #1
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Good evening.
To put it shortly: solutions that helped guys in this post didn't help me.
https://www.techsupportforum.com/for...ed-644886.html
Also tried icacls / takeown in admin's CMD.
Logged on administrator myself.
Owner is Everyone, because when it was administrators I saw that when I go in security tab I need to change owner to see details..
Full control essentialy.
Had same problem in the past, but icacls helped me - this time - not.
Diskmgmt.msc sees the hard drive as OK, even can see amount of space used/free, which I don't in normal computer view.

Any thoughts?
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I've also used a lot of "unlocker type" apps, nothing helped, checked physically, if everything was all right.
Now I feel a little dumb, but who knew I need to do this?
If anyone is as stupid as me, in Advanced options add Users with full control. Yeah, even if you are administrator group.
I add everyone, I add administrator, administrators, and what not, since I'm one, but just did randomly users add before I said I did all I could do and it worked..
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Tom: Reading your Posts, I'm not sure if you're saying you solved the problem or need more assistance.
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