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HDD problem - system restart when the windows(7) load . and when i plug it into another mobo it works as secondary HDD but !!!

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  • System Restart
  • Windows 7
  • Storage
  • Hard Drives
  • Windows XP
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May 13, 2013 11:06:19 AM

so when i am turn my pc(lets name it PC1) on it makes some noise and then when it comes to the windows loading it makes restart again and again , and when it happened there is a system repair but nothing happened :S ...
and when i am plug the HDD (from PC1 ) as a secondary HDD to another pc ( named PC2) and use his ( PC2) HDD for the boot process everything seems cool and the HDD (of PC1) shown in "my computer" ... B-U-T !!! when i am access the HDD of PC1 in PC2 there is some folder that i have full access and another folders which my access is denide :S ..
any suggestion ?

More about : hdd problem system restart windows load plug mobo works secondary hdd

a b $ Windows 7
a b G Storage
May 13, 2013 11:50:08 AM

Ok lets start by asking what are you trying to do?

If you only want HDD1 to work in PC1 then you should install windows when it is hooked up in PC1 and don't move the drive around.
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a b $ Windows 7
a c 971 G Storage
May 13, 2013 12:57:37 PM

You are denied access on pc2 because windows is recognizing that you are not the correct user for those folders. You can take ownership if you sign in with an administrator account and recover data before you reinstall windows. Google it.

With the HDD in pc1, press f8 when starting up and tell windows to disable automatic restart on errors. This will get you to a blue screen where you see the error message and hopefully resolve your issue without needing to reinstall.
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May 13, 2013 1:18:58 PM

ok .. but , i am trying to do that because i want to save my data from pc1 HDD there is a lot of things that i need ..
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"You are denied access on pc2 because windows is recognizing that you are not the correct user for those folders. You can take ownership if you sign in with an administrator account and recover data before you reinstall windows. Google it. "
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what do you mean ? PC2 has XP and PC1 has win7 and i DO login as an administrator on the XP but can't reach the files i want ..
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May 14, 2013 10:17:29 AM

that is not what i need my friend.. i can't even see the properties details :S .
when i try to get it i just see a brief of the folder .. nothing more .
any suggestions ?
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