Protected files access Tags: Hard Drives Desktops External Hard Drive Storage Last response: June 16, 2009 12:05 AM in Storage Share ditty2188 June 15, 2009 11:33:27 PM My desktop died...and I just installed the harddrive in an external hard drive case to access my files on my laptop. PROBLEM * I cannot access my folder because the loggin was password protected. How can I access them? More about : protected files access 505090 a b G Storage June 16, 2009 12:05:17 AM put it in another desktop boot up and log in Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Unable to gain access to password protected files Forum Getting access to protected files on old NTFS disk Forum Access to protected files - drive cloned and installed in .. Forum Access to a Administrator Protected File Forum Access denied Disk may be write protected or file in use Forum Accessing Protected files in old disk Forum Accessing previously protected files Forum Accessing Windows password protected files Forum remove write protect to get access to a corrupt excel file in order to recover it Forum SolvedHow to delete files from a write protected USB Forum SolvedAccess is denied full disk or protected error Forum Copying "write-protected" files Forum SolvedHow to delete write protected files in xp Forum Solvedpassword protected file cant be opened. Forum SolvedHow to remve write protected files from MP3 player Forum i can only see my files after unhiding hidden files and also protected system files and folder in Control Panel Forum SolvedCannot access USB files, 'safely remove hardware' only shows 3 dots (...) Forum SolvedCan't access files on HDD when using SSD Windows 7 Installation. Forum SolvedHello there does anyone know how to access files off a hardrive that was working one minuite, now its not working at all. Forum How to access the account which is protected by password when password is lost Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !