Please Help I can't access my drives

Nero Version 9
February 24, 2016 at 07:41:19
Specs: Windows 7
Hi all

I have a problem i can't access my drives.
I don't have any backup.
Please help me...............


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#1
February 24, 2016 at 12:22:27
Sorry your explanation is too brief.

Tell us what happens exactly when you start up your computer. Does it load Windows, if so then the system drive (usually C) must be accessible.

Or are you talking about external drives, DVD drives or what?

We can only help if you tell us exactly what is going on and what you are seeing or not seeing.

Are there any error messages?

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#2
February 24, 2016 at 12:53:06
Thanks

Just now I fixed the problem


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#3
February 24, 2016 at 13:25:08
thank you for posting back... But what was the resolution and what was the actual problem (the details you posted were a little vague)...

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#4
February 24, 2016 at 18:41:27
Chipcom it helps other posters with a similar problem if you tell what you did to fix it. It may just help them!

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#5
February 24, 2016 at 19:24:42
Hi

I did add Everyone permission


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#6
February 25, 2016 at 01:05:28
So you're saying the system booted up ok, but you had no access to any drives - or what?

Also you say you don't have any backups... It would be a good time to start the practice of duplicating your personal files to external storage; typically dvd but an external hard drive too is nice(r). Ideally make two sets of copies; label and keep safe. If you stretch to an external hard drive - even better; as you can then have two different types of storage media, and the chances of both failing at the same time is pretty slim.

Note I say copy as opposed to backup. In days of olde the term backup applied to a process which saved/stored data in a form which was not always accessible/readable etc. by other systems. Whereas a copy is simply the files copied/stored to dvd, hard drives etc.; and thus the files are accessible by almost any system. Nowadays the two terms are often thought/considered to mean the same...

Regardless of the konphusions... make a habit of safeguarding/duplicating your files; and thus in event of problems, the bulk of them will safe off the system.


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#7
February 25, 2016 at 07:30:06
yes it was wierd.
I did use Windows Repair for the first time and after that the problem shows.

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#8
February 25, 2016 at 09:09:46
Very odd... Remember to start safeguarding your files as suggested earlier...

There may come a time when you will be very glad you did...


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