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PostSubject: Win 10 and partitions   Mon 4 Sep 2017 - 21:07


I have partitioned our 1TB drive, with thanks to Swords help, as a
poss problem when attempting to remove the 'read only' and take
ownership of the SS files with 'tenforums.com' file adjustments, I was
wondering if these adjustments etc have any effect on the files that
are in the other partition, as I do not own this machine and I do
not what to be hung and drawn etc, when making the changes
they will not damage any thing on the main partitions files ,
mainly because they are holiday photos one might say 'damage is a no no'
they are not replaceable and there are a great many of them.
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PostSubject: Re: Win 10 and partitions   Mon 4 Sep 2017 - 22:55

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    I have partitioned our 1TB drive, with thanks to Swords help, as a
 poss problem when attempting to remove the 'read only' and take
 ownership of the SS files with 'tenforums.com' file adjustments, I was
 wondering if these adjustments etc have any effect on the files that
 are in the other partition, as I do not own this machine and I do
 not what to be hung and drawn etc,  when making the changes
 they will not damage any thing on the main partitions files ,
 mainly because they are holiday photos one might say 'damage is a no no'
 they are not replaceable and there are a great many of them.
 

Hi nemesis, if it's on a separate partition, it will not affect a different partition as long as you are careful to select only the directory you wish to modify. Separate partitions are like a separate hard drive, you normally don't need to worry about affecting a different hard drive. Removing the read-only and taking ownership are simple, safe actions. Plus they are reversible. Don't worry about a separate partition.
Good luck, you've had quite the journey under Sword's tutelage. Hope to see you in the Zone soon.

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PostSubject: Re: Win 10 and partitions   Tue 5 Sep 2017 - 10:38


Thanks kd6dm, my main worry was as this machine is not mine and I am borrowing
space and family harmony, I thought it best to check with those who understand the
finer issues with computing, against going out to buy a new rig, just need to read and
reread how to keep win10 happy with SS, as I have a similar medical problem as TB
with total wipe outs at times best to take my time to understand what I am reading and
doing, thanks any way.....nk
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