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  1. RogerH
    February 3, 2018 @ 7:16 pm

    Still this is not possible if the System Volume Information got corrupt. On deleteing it you get (translated from Swedish): "Was not able to count-up the objects inthe container. Access Denied". How do I solve that?

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    • Lakonst2013
      February 5, 2018 @ 10:55 am

      RogerH: To delete the "C:\System Volume Information" folder, try this procedure (if you don't want to delete the folder skip the last command):
      1. Disable System Restore.
      2. Boot Windows in Safe Mode
      3. Open command prompt as admin and give the following commands in order:
      takeown /F "C:\system volume information"
      takeown /F "C:\system volume information" /r /d y
      icacls "C:\system volume information" /grant Administrators:F
      icacls "C:\system volume information" /grant Administrators:F /t
      rd "C:\system volume information" /S /Q

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  2. Michael Damian
    August 18, 2018 @ 10:49 am

    re: WIN 10, SVI internal and external drives incl. USB, SD-Cards and even ramdisk.

    Thanx Lakonst2013, does what it says on your tin.

    Unfortunately SVI occurs again once in a while again despite all backup and
    restore services switched off.

    After so many years on XP already, MS still wants to crap our lawn with it…

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