"Access is Denied" is Common on Digital Media Center
The digital media center PC by my television is on all the time. It is now the heart of our family entertainment. Although it's the heart, it's not the PC I use all the time. Rather, I use a different home PC to download video and music, then move the entertainment files to the digital media center PC for viewing. Even though both computers are running Microsoft Windows XP, the user accounts on the two different computers are different. Therefore, Windows XP constantly slaps my hand, by giving me the "Access is Denied" message when I want to move a file on the digital media center that is created on my home PC.
There is an easy way around this problem. You can simply download the free "TakeControl" software utility, install it, and drag-and-drop your files and folders onto the utility. It's that quick and that easy. When you do, anyone can access the files without dealing with Windows' access control. The utility works with both Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Sun, 30 Nov 2008 10:19:45 +0000
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