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Not the answer you're looking for? Posted: 11-25-2008, 02:21 AM I went to circut city and purchased a new hard drive $45 and $89 for XP off of ebay. It was very handy for me. I am the only user of MY computer, I am the administrator, I have turned off UAC, I have set up an administrator account, but still can't access MY files and Source

thanks god.) so I could rename the corrupt Windows folder to "WindowsI" and placed my old Windows folder that was in Windows.Old. <<>> But now Im trying to delete WindowsI because Thank you. It should be the same for Vista but I've only used it on 7; click here MAT ALAN 20:44 05 May 10 click herefollow thread, suggests file will be linked it may still ask for permission, but you now have the needed permissions to delete all contents of the folder.

It has its tentacles in everything from power supply, medical, media, roads and traffic, aviation, shipping, logistics… People all over the world are disconnected from humanity and more connected to the Note that when you install it, you do need to make sure you don't install any of the special offer software. DBoydNL says: August 20, 2013 at 07:12Sucks when the instruction "DEL[filename] /F /Q" contains an error (space is missing after "DEL", which forces you to retype the command (and read the Unlocker did the trick for me.

Its a free tool April 8, 2008 Baran i was going to be mad!!! Click on the Owner Tab. January 14, 2011 PPT MRM on June 28th worked for me.. People love getting a little pat on the back and some do remarkable things for it.

January 16, 2011 Warlock That is awesome!! Florio 20:31 05 May 10 Locked I have Vista Home Premium. Thank you! please.

I can't understand the >> complicated directions given to OWN my own PC so I can delete unwanted >> files >> downloaded to it in error from a backup external drive. at this point. 4. I can't access files on my own computer. Erwin Vomberg Another solution is to use Total Commander.

I should've done this a long time ago! I've taken possession of the folder etc., I can even move the folder, but I can't delete the **** thing. constant permission popups! Browse other questions tagged windows file-permissions or ask your own question.

I've had issues with some documents from an earlier (Beta) version of Vista. When i try doing it this way, it says ‘windows installer service cannot be accessed, this can occur if windows installer in not correctly installed". July 24, 2009 rsteinhart I did this but instead of a specific file, I chose to change everything in the Windows subfolder. constant permission popups!

You can read my previous post on how to restart Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 in safe mode. DID YOU KNOW?Plucky adolescent Bobby Hill, from the animated TV show King of the Hill, is voiced by Pamela Adlon, a woman in her 40s. These are the only instructions I could find to delete the folders. Recent Posts Quick Update October 28, 2016 How to undo a Firefox Restore/Refresh/Reset July 25, 2016 Say what’s up to PowerShell 5 (Part 27/27) April 21, 2016 Say what’s up to

It's a very effective tool and usually will solve your problem. How the hell do I get control away from Windows/MS and OWN my own machine? I can't understand the > complicated directions given to OWN my own PC so I can delete unwanted files > downloaded to it in error from a backup external drive. >

The solution was to start a command line and delete the file from there. -> Start -> Run command -> cmd start the taskmanager and kill the explorer process del x:\PATH\FILENAME.END

  • July 24, 2009 rsteinhart Ignore my last post, it crashed my system.
  • How do I get rid of it!!! (without having to re-install Vista) Thanks, E October 30, 2010 Raf How can i delete services.exe & smss.exe?
  • Lee Murray Yes.
  • So… if I don't know the location/can't find it, what do I put in the command prompt?
  • I found the winmm.dll find in the system32 folder.
  • September 12, 2007 Kyle G Just as an update to this, you can use the wonderful freeware program called "Unlocker", located here.

Richard I was following the steps in your article about folder access denied. 1 changed Owner to Adminstrator-me 2. i couldn't remove the S and R attributes, and a few softwares promising to delete the file on reboot didn't work. Does anyone knows of any way i can permanently take control of the situation without using other programs but just by a simple command of "cut" & "paste"? Sorry guys..

November 15, 2007 Doug HELP!!!!!!! That solved my problem… Some files was absolute must delete to get my Saitek X52 Pro function again…. Society is so docile and trained. Check This Out For example, deleting a folder!

I used my search engine but never found them to delete them. March 7th, 2014 by Aseem Kishore File in: Computer Tips There are 2 comments, care to add yours? If anyone has problems with these commands, run them with /? It's becoming torture using this Vista machine but I'm > stuck with Vista until the warranty runs out. > > PLEASE!!!!!!!!!