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Thread: CD Ripper Storage Location Permission Issues

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    CD Ripper Storage Location Permission Issues

    Hello,

    I have ripped about 150 CDs to a folder on an external HDD that I plan to use for my Home Media Server. I plugged the HDD into another computer of mine to transfer music from that computer to the HDD, but was presented with a permission denied error. Even as Admin, permission was denied.

    I changed the folder, subfolder, and file permissions to Everyone, Admin, and Users and was able to gain access to the folders and files, but every time I try to play one of the files (songs), I get an error telling me that Groove Music cannot find the file info to play the song.

    Anyone ever seen this before and know what I need to do to fix the errors? I really don't want to start all over and have to rip all of these CDs again. And, I have about 800 more to go and would like to get this fixed before finishing my project. It has already taken me about a week to do just the 150 in my spare time.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Kratos

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    Re: CD Ripper Storage Location Permission Issues

    Put the drive back on the original machine and copy the files to a usb flash disc (some of them) and transfer that way.

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    Re: CD Ripper Storage Location Permission Issues

    Okay, I am not trying to transfer the files. One because I plan to use this HDD for my server. Also, because I will have more than 600 albums by the time I am done ripping them all and that is way more than I want to try and move to a computer.

    I did plug it back into the original machine and all files play correctly. I also plugged into a couple Linux boxes and played the files without issue. It's just this one Windows 10 machine I seem to be having issues with.

    Thanks,

    Kratos

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