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Unable to open the photo folder after "cut & paste"

Recently I have use the "cut & paste" one of my photo folder and I was unable to open the "paste" folder which shows "Access denied".
Is there any method to retrieve back my photo in that folder? I am using Window XP Pro.

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Posted by ws?

I thought the post was posted by albertpeh.

How many photo folders do you have, and where are they?

If you 'cut' a photo but were unable to 'paste' in the folder of your choice, try pasting to the Desktop.

That will only work if both of the following conditions apply;

1] The system has not been shutdown since you cut the photo, and

2] you have not since cut or copied anything else.

If either of those fails then that cut photo is lost and you will have to rely on your backup.

Mark

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Unable to open folder after "cut & paste"

Thanks for your suggestion, anyway I managed to open the folder by untick "Make this folder private" in the 'Properties'

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Unable to open folder after "cut & paste"

Thanks for your suggestion, anyway I have managed to open the folder by untick the "Make this folder private" in the 'Properties'

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Just a note. Post deleted.

In case you receive an email telling you a post has been added to your discussion but can't find it, that's because I deleted it.

The advice given was not useful, but the link to a "Photo Supplies" web site was not relevant or helpful at all. We delete spam posts.

Mark

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