SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

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SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

New postby chunhoecch » 21 May 2011 14:41

I try to format using many ways -> cannot ( The folder is still there )
I try to enter the folder -> cannot
I try to delete the folder ->cannot
I try to right-click -> properties ->disk cleanup -> more options -> clean up -> cannot
I try find info on the Web -> cannot get the ideas

What software can I use? Now I depend on Malaysians to answer...

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Re: SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

New postby Hell's Angel » 21 May 2011 18:47

.......

this is important system folder and u wanna delete it??? man, what's your problem.... :(

if u don't wanna see that folder again just tick the box in..
----- tools >folder option >view >hide protected operating system files (recommended)...
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Re: SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

New postby chunhoecch » 23 May 2011 17:14

It does even counting memory in as you use. What's the point? It's not my Local Disk, it's external hard disk, so it's not related at all!
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Re: SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

New postby Hell's Angel » 23 May 2011 21:36

.... it's the folder which tells windows how to handle the devices.. doesn't matter it is external or internal.. as long as it's a disk type drive... :cool:
without it, u cannot use your hdd at all... it is use to store information about how to handle the drive.. MFT, and so on... u shouldn't enable to view the system file to begin with... as u may crash your own windows if u delete inappropriate file from your C drive.. :-)
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Re: SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

New postby chunhoecch » 26 May 2011 17:13

I crashed my PC 2 years ago because I dumped it, but why System Volume Information is not acessible? :scratch:
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Re: SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

New postby Hell's Angel » 26 May 2011 18:24

curiosity always kills the cat... Hehehe... it will not be accessible as anything u mess with it means losing up data that was stored in that particular hard disk.. don't be too curious as u are inviting the death.. :twisted:
hrm.. except if u are going to research on it on your own risk behave.. try connect it to another OS and give it a try(although i don't think it can) :D
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Re: SYSTEM VOLUME INFORMATION

New postby chunhoecch » 27 May 2011 16:48

Hell's Angel wrote:hrm.. except if u are going to research on it on your own risk behave.. try connect it to another OS and give it a try(although i don't think it can) :D


Of course I can, with Mini Windows XP :)
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