Windows 10: Permision needed to copy files
Permision needed to copy files
My PC has 2 HDD: one for OS and one for storage.
When I try to play music from the storage HDD, I get message about permission needed from SysAdmin (0x80070005). If I try to copy the music to other HDD, again Win10 denies permission.
Only problem with the music files. All others function correctly.
Sounds like permissions. Did you upgrade to Windows 10? Have you tried to change the owner of the files? Folder/properties/security/advanced/Owner Change
Yes, upgrade to windows 10 from WIN7
thanks for the file path. will change owner name
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