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I would like to do a test...

 

  • Boot your windows normally and logon using the Administrator account
  • right click the C: drive and access the security tab like you did before
  • click Edit
  • click Add
  • type Administrators on the blank box
  • click Ok
  • back to the Permissions window select Administrators
  • on the second panel Permissions for check all the box's on the Allow column
  • click Ok

Can you add permissions to C: by doing this?


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Let me try....brb


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Do you mean from my regular user account? From the new admin account, I have zero access to the C drive. It will not even show me the permissions. The screen shot before was from my regular account. In which case, it won't allow me to click on Edit due to my admin rights being blocked. Even when clicking properties, it shows my free disk space and total disk space as "0". It's a 1TB HDD with hardly anything on it.

 

Do you want me to try doing this (with your direction) in Regedit from the admin account? Would that work?


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Do you mean from my regular user account? From the new admin account, I have zero access to the C drive. It will not even show me the permissions. The screen shot before was from my regular account. In which case, it won't allow me to click on Edit due to my admin rights being blocked. Even when clicking properties, it shows my free disk space and total disk space as "0". It's a 1TB HDD with hardly anything on it.

 

Use the Administrator account because it have more rights to do things.

 

Do you want me to try doing this (with your direction) in Regedit from the admin account? Would that work?

 

No the file permissions are on the disk...

 

Edit: click Advanced to get access to the file permissions.


Edited by SleepyDude, 28 April 2014 - 03:54 PM.

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Sorry. I am confused. You mean, do this after I burn the disk? The disk is burning to CD now.

 

Once it is burned, what do I do first.


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Boot your windows normally and logon using the Administrator account

 

Access the Properties box for the C: drive and the Security tab:

  • click Advanced
  • click Continue
  • on the owner click change
  • type Administrators
  • click Ok
  • click Ok

now that you should be able of changing the permissions, do this:

  • right click the C: drive and access the security tab like you did before
  • click Edit
  • click Add
  • type Administrators on the blank box
  • click Ok
  • back to the Permissions window select Administrators
  • on the second panel Permissions for check all the box's on the Allow column
  • click Ok

Edit: It's a two steps procedure that's why they seems similar...


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Ok, the file has completed burning to the CD


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Boot your windows normally and logon using the Administrator account

 

Access the Properties box for the C: drive and the Security tab:

  • click Advanced
  • click Continue
  • on the owner click change
  • type Administrators
  • click Ok
  • click Ok

now that you should be able of changing the permissions, do this:

  • right click the C: drive and access the security tab like you did before
  • click Edit
  • click Add
  • type Administrators on the blank box
  • click Ok
  • back to the Permissions window select Administrators
  • on the second panel Permissions for check all the box's on the Allow column
  • click Ok

Edit: It's a two steps procedure that's why they seems similar...

 

Do I boot with the CD? and then do this as outlined?


Edited by FireFighter254, 28 April 2014 - 04:06 PM.

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Ok, th

 

Boot your windows normally and logon using the Administrator account
 
Access the Properties box for the C: drive and the Security tab:

  • click Advanced
  • click Continue
  • on the owner click change
  • type Administrators
  • click Ok
  • click Ok
now that you should be able of changing the permissions, do this:
  • right click the C: drive and access the security tab like you did before
  • click Edit
  • click Add
  • type Administrators on the blank box
  • click Ok
  • back to the Permissions window select Administrators
  • on the second panel Permissions for check all the box's on the Allow column
  • click Ok
Edit: It's a two steps procedure that's why they seems similar...

 
Do I boot with the CD?

 

e file has completed burning to the


No, please follow exactly my instructions.
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Sleepy,

 

I can't. As stated above, I can not access the C drive from the admin. It tell me No Access. Nor can I make changes as outlined from my regular user account.


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Sleepy,
 
I can't. As stated above, I can not access the C drive from the admin. It tell me No Access. Nor can I make changes as outlined from my regular user account.

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What happens if you click Advanced?


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CPROP_zps45e1f1bf.jpg

 

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When clicking on any of the blue /yellow admin icons, I recdeive this:

 

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Ok. Time to try booting from the CD and see if you can access the Command Prompt

 

Changing permissions from the Command Prompt will be hard...


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Ok, I put CD in and rebooted, nothing happened,...just booted up as usual. Am I supposed to do something with the CD


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Ok, I put CD in and rebooted, nothing happened,...just booted up as usual. Am I supposed to do something with the CD

 

You need to access the BIOS and change the boot order to start from the CD. In some machines you can press some Fx key to access a boot menu and select the device to boot from.


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