System Volume Information


folder System Volume Information There is any partition of a HDD installed with the operating system, Windows . Whether one partition NTFS or FAT32 . It is a system protected folderIn which data about files in the partition, restore points/backup. The default settings of Windows, this folder is hidden (Hidden partition on the HDD) and the acces at it is restricted.
To see this folder and access it ... it takes some settings according to the type installed Windows partition and format.

Microsoft Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home Edition pe FAT32 File System

1. click on Start Then click on My Computer
2. Menu Tools, Click on Folder Option
3. Button View , Click to check Show hidden files and folders.
4. Uncheck the option: Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and click on And it is to confirm the changes.
5. click OK
6. Double click on the folder System Volume Information .
7. So. Simple, no?

To access the System Volume Information folder on NTFS (Windows XP Professional) a fieldProcedure change slightly.

1. click on Start Then click on My Computer
2. Menu Tools, Click on Folder Option
3. Button View , Click to check Show hidden files and folders.
4. Uncheck the option: Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and click on And it is to confirm the changes.
5. click OK

So here is identical procedure as in FAT32, only when you try to access the folder there will be a restriction. 'Access is Denied.

6. Right click folder System Volume Information and click on Properties.
7. Click AddAnd in the open window, enter the user name which would enable access to the folder. Usually, the name of the user who is logged in at the time. click OK & OK.
8. Double-click the folder and ... fun.

Note: In the same way, System Volume Information, can be accessed by users using Windows XP Home Edition.
Windows XP Home Edition / NTFS, you can use the command CACLS (Are made of cmd.exe).
The problem is the following. Is dragging me to look and write syntax cacls now. Please check back! :)

System Volume Information

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