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This is just a quick post to share a problem I had while trying to update the firmware on an MK808B recently, and the solution I came up with.
The problem was trivial, but none of the suggested solutions that I found online were appropriate, so I am sharing what happened here to save other people the same issue.
I solved the problem by right-clicking on the folder, and unticking "read-only" and "encrypted" and applying that to the entire folder and its contents.
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Sometimes UAC will restrict you from accessing certain file locations or registry locations.
Give permission to USBSTOR registry key If the problem could not be resolved, the USBSTOR registry key most probably has denied access to SYSTEM account. If you want to update drivers more easily and successfully, Driver Easy has Free version and Professional version.
Unfortunately, there is no easy way to find it out.
So it’s better to disable the security software completely and then try to install the software.
So make sure you’re logged in as a Local Administrator.
When I mean Local administrator, I mean that to say that you need to login as For instance, if you are installing Microsoft SQL Server, it’s highly recommend that you ensure that you are logged into the machine as Local administrator, otherwise you might get a lot of error message including The other most common reason is User Account Control.
So far, the locations I have seen are Temp and Installer folder.