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Connect to windows 7 network with UBCD

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Lancerdad34

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I have a friends laptop that will not boot into vista because of a corrupt sytem volume. I tried every trick in trhe book and still cannot get it to boot up. He wants me to recover his photos which I could access and see using the UBCD. How ever I could not log on to my windows 7 desktop to tranfer the data because I get the dreaded you do not have permission to log onto this network error. I am not sure if this is the right place but I am hoping someone has advice. I did download the vista boot CD here but have not burned as of yet. I also tried my usb to sata connector but all that does is keep freezing up.

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Brian in MI


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Its not so dreaded. Did you already set up a share on your Win7 PC and create an account to log in with?
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In this case, the fastest way might be to get the drive out of the laptop and connect it to an usb/e-sata enclosure or directly to a sata connector in a desktop and recover the data from here.

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Thanks for the reply. That is what I have been trying but my windows 7 desktop has had an awful time accessing it. It has caused lock-ups.

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All set! found the falcon boot cd (free) and was able to connret to laptop from my pc and transfer all the stuff I needed. What a great cd!

Thanks,

Brian




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