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I foresaw an impending C drive crash- installed a slave (M drive) and used true image to make a clone of everything. After I reloader the op sys (xp home sp2) I then attempted to recover bookmarks,files, etc. The M drive indicated all the files were there, but when I attempt to open-move-or delete anything on M, I get 'access is denied' Now I feel another crash maybe approaching and can not delete everything on the M drive so I could maybe try to back up again Curious if anyone has had similar happenings, or has an idea-work around? Is there another way to erase M drive? Thanks to all for any suggestions.

Edited by rusynut, 15 March 2006 - 07:54 PM.

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please post one time, you have three posts for the same thing. currently helping on http://www.geekstogo...opic=102511&hl=

closing topic as duplicate.
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