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Once I am able to read the data, will it be like looking onto my previous drive or will I have to dig to find things? If asked about screen resolution, click Ok, the ok again.19. Now i have tried what you said above exactly and still now I am unable to watch them. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Not Virus - Microsoft (background) program by Freebro / June 17, 2005 8:24 PM PDT In reply to: Isass virus LSASS.EXE is an
leafgroup.com © 1999-2017 Leaf Group Ltd. Richard Gailey Glad you got it sorted out Terry. In Vista, Win 7 and Win 8, the Administrator account can be restored (it is disabled by default) by bringing up a command prompt (run as administrator, of course), and typing The solution for that (in Win XP)is to click on: Tools, Folder options, view.
Restore user data. The installation software will walk you through it...just make sure you select reformat when prompted.Hope this helps,John Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - OS Install by retired / June John Lee Further testing shows that the "Document and Settings" folder on the external drive points to the folder of the same name on the c: drive. The short term solution was just to activate the hidden administrator account on the machine I was using, switch-user to that account and then access anything at all (by opening a
Kevin Hi, You wrote back to me on less than 24 hours- thanks for that! Windows 10 Safe Mode It did find three registry problems: Hijack.ControlPanelStyle - Registry Value PUM.Hijack.StartMenu - Registry Data PUM.Hijack.Help - Registry Data I don't know if any of these are related to my problems (I Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: How do I delete my operating system? Thanks thegift73 Hi Maria, Sorry for the late reply. "I have two internal drives which were plagued by viruses.
Got off palPC was pass word protected. Is it a piece of Avast, which I have never installed on my laptop? So I went to C:/Documents and Settings and noticed that there are following accounts: All Users Administrator Administrator.EliteBook Default User XYZ (the account I had created while set up) The file There is also another way to do this which is by adding a ‘Take Ownership' option to the right-click menu and doing it that way.
Right-click on the ‘InstallTakeOwnership.reg' file and choose ‘Merge'. YouKnowWho Thank You. Windows 10 But I cannot see the files I used to have. Ccleaner One of the big projects over the summer was a complete update of our computer lab.
The selection process was finalized in a Technical Program Committee meeting held in Lisbon on January 23, 2006. http://tcdownload.org/windows-10/computer-randomly-crashes.html Kevin thegift73 Hi Kevin, Looking at the software that they supply for that HDD, the only software that may help, is the Transcend Elite software. Neilly Burns Thanks Richard, I let it run all night and it still didn't finish so I stopped it. The reason that you have a padlock on the folder may be due to the fact that the folder isn't being shared with anyone and is a sharing issue.
I will try to find a computer with enough space, so I can copy the files to the other computer and see if it works. Windows Key+R and type ‘gpedit.msc' (no quotes) and hit OK. Mine is a one terabyte drive with about 70,000 songs and 350 movies, and it took many, many, many hours to finish the job. http://tcdownload.org/windows-10/not-possible-to-login-to-ms-account-on-computer.html Partition your system drive however you like.
Edward_Gudz: This is probably something that Microsoft did not foresee and is now closing the loophole on. Image Credit: Brett Morrison on Flickr JOIN THE DISCUSSION (143 REPLIES) July 30, 2015 zain How would I install Windows 10 to all my computers in my workplace (40+ computers)? Richard Peter smith I do not have an owner tab when I go into the advanced security settings. Please see this topic in order to learn how to restore default Start Menu shortcuts: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic405109.html Searching for Windows Registry changes made by FakeHDD rogues. - Checking HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies\Explorer - Checking HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced
Well, then...thanks for reopening the thread, and thanks to @WhitsonGordon for updating the article. --PFebruary 6, 2016 Kevin Snow This is the easiest to understand guide for installing Windows 10 What do you advise? So this free Windows 10 offer isn't available for Windows 7,8 & 8.1 Enterprise - is this true? have a peek at these guys Perhaps the rep is misinformed.
Try right-clicking on the file Properties>Share With>Specific People> and then select yourself. It must be NTFS. i went to device manager but i didn't see anything that could help me or i just don't know how to do it. Reg JA Basically I want to do a complete clean install.
The reason that your laptop couldn't boot past the Windows start screen may well be down to a faulty HDD which would also probably be why the Changing Ownership is taking Thanks. However, I have not found any source that explains clearly how to fix the problem. Rivendell Technology Home Technology Pages Sites we Use Keyboarding Practice Google Cloud Print Teacher Jeff BenjaminContact Jeff Technology Archives Technology Archives Select Month December 2016 October 2016 September 2016 August 2016
I have changed all permissions. Hans Superb explanation thegift73 Thank you Hans. To permanently get rid of the error message and allow anyone to access any file on the drive from any machine, you can open a command prompt as admin (as above) Christian V.
What reasons would Microsoft have for not allowing that? Tried to finish off the install several times but kept getting stuck at the same part of the install. Jenessa the error told me access was denied. Restart your computer with the USB drive or DVD inserted, and boot from that device.
I have Norton and AdAware. I have also tried searching the drive and it did not show up in the search results. Thanks again! Top posters in this forum77Bill Borne37Digital Nigel34elliottnewcomb29Scriv26Lightpath4824tbcass24Mina J20Birddogman18PC Wheeler1566GTO15SpeedyGonzalys13SoCalWill12edform12PhotoTeach210Snapsh0t10drpower10Horacecoker9marc petzold9KBTinto8gteague www.dpreview.com Follow us Mobile site About About us Work for us Advertise with us FAQ Feedback Interest-Based Ads Privacy Legal Editorial