I am using dual-boot: Windows and Fedora 31. Last week I’ve reinstalled my Windows partition from Windows 7 to Windows 10, fixed grub via a Live USB, and now I can dual-boot again.
I have a few NTFS partition that I use as storage for both operating systems for years. However, now in Fedora I’ve noticed that the mounted drives are read-only. Whenever I try to save something on them in Fedora I get the error:
You are trying to save the file on a read-only disk.
I am mounting my disks on start-up via Disks on /mount/NAME_X. I can access all the files, but can’t write to the disk.
So this happened only after I have re-installed my Windows partition.