Any problem arising in such hard drives could lead to inaccessibility of the data present in it.
Such inaccessibility is often supported by various error messages. The error message indicates that there is some problem with the hard drive, which has made the hard drive inaccessible.
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.
Also, right click on your desktop and go to properies/settings/advanced/monitor and uncheck the box by "hide modes that this monitor cannot display" and click ok to open up all the resolution settings.
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.
Here's the very simple solution: Locate the igfxcui folder in the registry by going to start/run/ then type in regedit. Your user name should pop up along with your computer name. Now you will have permissions back to change the registry keys in the igfxcui folder when you manually install the adapter drivers.
This is one of the most common errors we get when we try to install any application on Windows 10/8/7.
Sometimes UAC will restrict you from accessing certain file locations or registry locations.Just because you are an Administrator or System does not mean you have permissions to everything.You can configure the ACLs on folders and registry keys to disallow access to Administrator and System.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.