Fixed Unable to Copy Taken Screenshot into NTFS Drive

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by Furqan Hanif, 22 Jul 2013.

  1. Furqan Hanif

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    every time when i try to copy screenshot into other drive it shows me an error that "cannot copy permission denied". how can i solve this.. ??? using xiaopan. the file manager used by xiaopan i think it's called xfe.... please someone help... :(
     
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    Just copy it to a pen drive fat or fat32, Try reading a bit more all these questions have been asked several times before.
     
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    but what if i don't have any pendrive , then how i copy that screenshot in my ntfs partition??? o_O
     
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    If your know linux it's easy to mount any filesystem, we choose not to add that option so we don't get people destroying there installations my advice would be get a pen drive or learn a bit more about linux.
     
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    buy one:rolleyes:
     
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    so, it means there is no way to copy file into ntfs under Xiaopan but still i 'm asking is their anyway from using which i can enable that option. i 'll use that at my own risk. o_O
     
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    Use gparted to create a small portion of your HDD into FAT32
     
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