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Folder problem with Partition Magic, can't open merged files/folder.

By Underwear
Jan 30, 2008
  1. Hi guys

    Just to get it out of the way, I have already searched the forum for help (and the web),
    and I already found a thread in here explaining what to do
    write techspot.com in front of /vb/all/windows/t-5750-Access-denied-to-a-folder-merged-with-Partition-Magic.html
    (i can't post links because i'm new here)

    But, I can't find the freakin' security settings in Partition Magic

    I've been looking through them all "general, view, disk, tools and so on"
    but anything saying security I cannot find.
    Is it me or my partition magic that retarded :-S

    I have to admit it's a craked version, but it didn't complain about anything when I typed the serial just -
    "thanks for using partition magic and so on"

    When I try to access the merged folder this is what comes up
    F:\g is not accessible. Access denied.
    The same thing a unformattede harddrive would say.
    So is it still a security thing?
    Or is it my partion magic that needs changing?

    Please forgive my newbi-ways

    p.s
    i'm using XP home edition (from dell) if that helps
     
  2. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Hi
    Although your issue may be easily resolved

    TechSpot cannot help with cracked software - as the cracked software may be faulty itself.
    Let alone the legal issues

    Thread to be CLOSED
     
  3. NameBrandHuman

    NameBrandHuman TS Rookie Posts: 67

    I've had the problem before. With full version software. Although I can't think of the solution right off hand. If i remember i will post it!
     
  4. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 12,685   +333

    TS does not condone the use of software obtained illegally, going to have to close this thread, sorry.
     
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