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Recovering Protected Files From An External Drive


Otherwise, is there a way to restore the Owner to the original user? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - No Security Tab found by drtracht · 7 years ago In reply to Step 3. However, you may need to unlock a BitLocker-encrypted drive from within Windows. Open the Control Panel and head to System and Security > BitLocker Drive Encryption. this content

from internal as well as external hard drives. To do this, first connect the drive to your computer. I can access the data under "Patty" and "shared" file folders, just not those under "Joe." I get "Access Denie" message when I click on the "Joe" folder. How would I go about accessing my files? http://www.instructables.com/id/Unlock-Hard-Drive-Password-Protected-File/

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Now you should have full write access to the problem drive. You can only do this on Professional editions of Windows, as only they provide access to the BitLocker software. I can see that user's folders, and can see that there are "picutres" "music" and "video" folders, but I cannot open them. My access is getting denied for just one folder I have left to backup.

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