When i try to acces one of my directories Message appears that acces is denided, but it should not it's just common directory with files but the details shows that ther is no file inside so size is 0. But as i remember there was something.
Posted on 2004-03-08 14:37:27 by AceEmbler
With that info only I guess not much can be done to help...
My guess (I'm no expert :( ) is the directory is corrupt, either because of a physical error, or simply it was broken after a hard reboot (maybe it wasn't flushed properly from the disk cache). You can try running Scandisk, it usually helps, but the data is probably lost. In the best case you may recover it as lost chains.
Posted on 2004-03-08 16:01:22 by QvasiModo
hard reboot once occured whille copying, so that is the case as i think, i have run scnadisc and few other progs but it didnt work, it looks like i lost my data for good
Posted on 2004-03-09 06:17:43 by AceEmbler
the problem is that i cant delete this directory.

CANT DELETE "DIRECTORY":ACCES DENIDED

CHECK IF DISC IS NOT FULL OR WRITE PROTECTED ALSO IF FILE IS NOT CURRENTLY IN USE
Posted on 2004-03-09 07:12:25 by AceEmbler
Try deleteing from dos
Posted on 2004-03-09 13:01:48 by Eóin
But i can read it on linux !!!
Posted on 2004-03-16 07:42:53 by AceEmbler
You cannot delete the directory while you are viewing its contents. Doesn't matter if there are no files, the directory is open and being accessed.

You must close the directory before deleting it.
Posted on 2004-03-16 15:26:43 by tenkey
...and be sure that no processes have their current working directory set to the directory you want to delete.
Posted on 2004-03-16 15:30:55 by f0dder
well i know the stuf you mentioned but the problem is somewhere else.
(i can't delete/read from windows i can read/delete from linux)

i think:
I created directory in linux by specified user. So owner is this user.
I cant delete from windows becouse it's different user, even if this user is an admin :sweat:
Posted on 2004-03-16 17:05:11 by AceEmbler

So owner is this user.

FAT32 has no user/group stuff. If anything, it might be a corrupt filesystem, and it could be caused by linux buggyness :grin:. Which directory are you talking about, btw?
Posted on 2004-03-16 17:21:42 by f0dder
it's just a common directory i made, made of simple leters no weird chars in it 5 chars long
Posted on 2004-03-16 18:51:33 by AceEmbler
Hm, make sure that the directory name doesnt equal a device name, NUL i..e Such directories cannot be accessed (at least with win9x/dos)
Posted on 2004-03-17 04:41:12 by japheth