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Please someone help me to recover my hidden files showing locked

Please some one help me to recover my files. I just install my old laptop hard disk to my pc and after install I just format my old laptop HDD c drive and every hidden files (excel, Videos, image) showing locked on that drive and showing this error code 0x80071771. I tried google and I also follow that Blog post I tried there every methods still not working. Please Some one help, And What If I reset my pc it can help?

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Linux?

Someone else help with the chmod 777 walkthrough, I haven't done it in a while...

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1 minute ago, ragnarok0273 said:

Linux?

Someone else help with the chmod 777 walkthrough, I haven't done it in a while...

Sorry ???

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Do you have a hard drive that you aren't using for anything and don't care about what's on it?
Install Ubuntu onto that.

Then open Terminal, navigate to that hard drive, and run this command:

sudo chmod -R 777 ./

This should make all of them read and write to everyone and everything.

Copy those onto an external USB stick, then go back to Windows.

Move the files back.

Sorry if this is way over your head, I can make it easier to explain later if you want.

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2 minutes ago, ragnarok0273 said:

Do you have a hard drive that you aren't using for anything and don't care about what's on it?
Install Ubuntu onto that.

Then open Terminal, navigate to that hard drive, and run this command:

sudo chmod -R 777 ./

This should make all of them read and write to everyone and everything.

Copy those onto an external USB stick, then go back to Windows.

Move the files back.

Sorry if this is way over your head, I can make it easier to explain later if you want.

Okay let me try, And Plz explain easier if possible than you

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After Zoom class, sure! I'll do my best.

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Just now, ragnarok0273 said:

After Zoom class, sure! I'll do my best.

ok thank u so much in advance 

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14 minutes ago, ragnarok0273 said:

Linux?

Someone else help with the chmod 777 walkthrough, I haven't done it in a while...

Windows doesn't use Linux permissions...

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That's why after opening the files they will be going to an external USB stick.

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1 minute ago, AbydosOne said:

Windows doesn't use Linux permissions...

Dear do u have any solution, That's file is very imported to me.

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Requirements:

A hard drive that you aren't using

A USB flash drive that is big enough to fit all of the files

A USB flash drive that is at least 8GB in size and has nothing on it

Procedure:
1. Download an Ubuntu ISO (64-bit). This should be ~2-3 GB in size.

2. Download Rufus. Go to rufus.ie and download the exe.

3. Run it.

4. Insert your 8GB flash drive.

5. Select it as the flash drive you are going to install USB on.

6. Select your Ubuntu ISO.

7. Click start. 

8. Once it is done, restart your system.

9. Hammer the key that you press to get into the BIOS.

10. Go to the boot menu, and boot from that USB. It should show up as ubuntu something.

11. Install Ubuntu on that hard drive. DO NOT install it on any other hard drive, as you will lose all data on that drive.

12. Once it is done installing, shut down your computer and remove the Ubuntu USB stick.

13. Insert the other USB stick that you are putting the files on.

14. Go into the BIOS again, and select the ubuntu thing again.

15. After finishing the setup stuff, open Terminal.

16. Open File Explorer.

17. Type this into the file path at the top: /dev

18. Look in all of the folders until you find the one with the locked folders.

19. Note down which /sdN it is. It should be a letter like a, b, c, d, e, etc.

20. Open Terminal.

21. Type "cd /dev/sdN", ignoring the quotation marks and replacing the N with whatever letter the drive with the locked files was.

22. Type "sudo chmod -R 777 ./". Ignore the quotation marks.

23. Exit Terminal.

24. Select all of the files and move them to your USB stick.

25. Once they are done, shut down your computer and boot into Windows.

26. Take the files from the USB stick and put them back on your computer.

27. The files should no longer be locked.

 

Hope this helps!

If not, I have no idea...

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