“Hi. I just upgraded my PC to Windows 7 Home a few days earlier. Everything I try to do is replied with a note stating that I don’t have access to the RAR folder even if
when logged in as Administrator. The RAR files were working absolutely normally previously. My main concerns are that I can't extract any content from RAR files because access is denied for some unknown reason. Please help me with the problem here as I really want to extract few important contents from RAR files.”
Introduction to WinRAR files:
WinRAR is an application that is employed to compress all kinds of files and folders into single archive folder in order to reduce its size by compressing them. It will help you to save your hard disk space and will also enable you to transfer or download multiple files and folders in single RAR file via internet. However, along with these benefits, employing RAR has its own sets of drawbacks as well that may drop up if it is handled improperly. For instance, if any issues occur while transporting, extracting, compressing, downloading, etc. RAR files, it can display error messages such as “WinRAR access denied” while trying to extract files from it.
Common scenarios that may corrupt RAR files on Windows:
Below mentioned are few common scenarios that may corrupt RAR files which may lead to display WinRAR access denied messages.
Resolving WinRAR access denied errors using Remo Repair RAR:
Remo Repair RAR is a renowned tool professionally accepted world-wide for reliably repairing almost all kinds of errors and corruptions in WinRAR files. Here are some of the main features of this powerful application:
Step 1: Install and run Remo Repair RAR on your computer and select the inaccessible WinRAR file using "Browse" option.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: You shall see repair progress screen once you hit the "Repair" button.
Figure 2: Repair Process
Step 3: Once the repair process is complete, preview all the rescued items.
Figure 3: Preview Files
Step 4: Save WinRAR files to any desired location using "Save" option.
Figure 4: Save Rescued Items