Disk D: is not accessible. Access is denied on Windows 10 – Fix the Error

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In this article I will explain what you can do to regain access to your HDD or SSD disk if you see the D: is not accessible. Access is denied error in Windows 10. The problem can actually occur on any other disk with any other letter instead of D:.

In addition, you can notice that your Windows OS is even not able to calculate the free and used disk space as you open This PC in the Explorer.

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Fix ‘Device not functioning’ and ‘Device is unreachable’ Errors During File Transfer from iPhone to PC

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File Transfer Problem Between iOS 13 (iPadOS 13) and Windows 10

When I connect my brand new iPhone 11 with iOS 13.1 to my Windows 10 PC I face the following issue. I can normally download photos but I as soon as I try to copy at least one video file I immediately get the error “A device attached to the system is not functioning“.

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How to Restore Hyper-V Virtual Machine from VHDX-File in Windows 10 or Server

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Today we will explain how to cope with a quite common problem – your Hyper-V virtual machine is not working and you face an error when you try to start it. In my case I faced the following error message:

Error applying SCSI Controller changes
... failed to add resources to [virtual machine]. 
An unexpected error occurred: The specific network resource or device is no longer available. (0x80070037).

From this guide you will know how to recover your VM without reinstalling the operating system on it from a scratch. All you need to have is at least the virtual hard disk file (.vhdx).

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You’ve been signed in with a temporary profile. How to fix the problem

Today we will talk about how to solve the following error:

You've been signed in with a temporary profile. You can't access your files, and files created in this profile will be deleted when you sign out. To fix this, sign out and try signing in later. Please see the event log for more details or contact your system administrator.

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