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This is weird... I was under the impression that a person should be able to take a look inside their system volume information. Today, for some reason, I was denied access and was told that the folder was empty. So I decided to scan the folder with my Avast! virus scan and so far, it has scanned over 6000 files in the folder. Do you guys know what's going on??
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System Volume Information has always been off-limits to browsing through Windows Explorer save for when you're viewing from another installation. However scanning files through it with other programs never has been a problem.
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