Access denied updating a driver

Interfaces] from "c:\windows\system32\drvstore\kit12928_7a98a40ec8a4e16d6b66c417f29520b781aadab4\kit12928.inf". Go here, select your OS and other information then see if they have an available graphics driver for you to download.

To get over from the situation, you can follow any of the two solutions mentioned below Automatic and Manual.

To solve hard drive inaccessibility issues, formatting will be the sure shot way.

The hard drive is one of the major storage components of a computer system.

It stores various kinds of data like text, pictures, audios, videos, etc.

For example, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, and Windows Vista Home Premium do not support it so that you can follow the below mentioned steps.

Windows XP In the case of Windows XP, you might face the “Access is denied” issue if you have used an earlier version of Windows to create a volume based on NTFS file system and then installed Windows XP.

A change in the version of the operating system changes the security ID of the user.

As the security ID of the person who created the folder was different on an earlier version of the Windows, in spite of the same username and password you do not have the permission to open the folder after you perform the following steps.

Navagate to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon\Notify\igfxcui in the registry and RIGHT CLICK on the igfxcui folder. After I changed permissions for the igfxcui folder, the drivers installed manually with no problem. Then go to your desktop, right click, then go to properties/settings/advanced and click on "Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile" and put a check in the "Show tray Icon" box and you will have your display properties thing back in your tray icons.

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