Apr 17, 2018 Access Denied or other errors when you access or work with files and folders in Windows Issue 1: You receive an Access Denied error message or a similar message. Issue 2: You cannot access, change, save, or delete files and folders. Issue 3: You cannot open a file file access denied windows xp Sep 24, 2005 If you are using Windows XP Professional, you must disable Simple File Sharing. Rightclick the folderfile that you want to take ownership of, and then click Properties. Click the Security tab, and then click OK on the Security message (if one appears).
Jan 22, 2011 In XP, cannot delete files, says access is denied. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. file access denied windows xp
Jan 24, 2013 a customers stand alone computer had a virus. malwarebytes removed it. after the removal of the virus the customer gets files access denied. you do not have permission required to access the c: \file May 20, 2009 i think i installed it onto another drive or partition, do u know how to open files which have 'file not accessible: access denied' on Windows XP. i checked again i installed it onto another partition As I mentioned earlier, Access is Denied can be caused in some cases by other issues. A corrupt user profile is one of those odd issues that I have seen more in domain environments. You can create a new user profile and then try to access the file or folder. The other issue is if the file is encrypted. file access denied windows xp Dec 19, 2011 I have done all the right things to make Win7 files visible across the network but every time I try to access files from the XP, I am prompted to login. If I login as User1 with a password, I gain access to Win7 files. If I login as User2 without a password, I get the 'Denied Access' message box.