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Need New Intell32 & PSGuard Help... [RESOLVED]


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Click on the + sign by c
scroll down to Documents and setting and click the + sign by it
scroll down to owner and click the + by it
scroll down to desktop and click the + by it
Now you should see the folder that was created on your desktop put a check in it and then click scan
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Any luck :tazz:
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Oh man...I'm sorry...I'm not following...I don't know what you mean by "c" or where...I'm not seeing a plus...sorry...I'm trying...help again if you could...please
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No worries :tazz:

On the boxes to the left do you see My computer aand underneath a bunch of boxes and plus signs?
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Ok...finally...it's appeared...I see it...Ok...sorry...I spoke too soon I guess...here we go
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Also...the "copy.bat" is on my desktop...That's where I created it...I didn't know where I was supposed to otherwise...Is this what I scan...or the entire "C:" drive..."?
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Sorry...I'm not seeing "owner"...just My Documents...?
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yes that folder should be on you desktop :tazz:

Click on my document and scroll down to desktop is it there
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Sorry...no...It just says "My Documents"...I clicked on the plus...no desktop mention at all...it opens and there is just my contents...no Desktop anywhere to be seen
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Ok...should I move the file to another location and open it...? So it can be scanned?
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Minimize the E scan page. Please R I G H T click (not leftclick) the folder on your desktop then go down to properties and LEFT click look at the location......what does it say
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C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\copy.bat...should I go here?
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I opened the WINDOWS...DESKTOP...but I'm not seeing it...hmmm
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Yes I forgot you had windows 98 :tazz: Scan that folder
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Do you mean the whole "Desktop' folder...because it's not listed individually under the open folder in the list...so the whole thing then?
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