Windows 10: windows 10 Help needed - C Drive access denied
1) Get Microsoft's Media Creation Tool
2) Save Windows 10 to a USB device
3) Restart the computer and load from the USB device and select the Repair option
You can ask others for more clarification on this whole process.
Wish there was a take ownership on mine but there isn't it there. but thank you for the suggestion
Yea, thank you for responding to that post =)
I was waiting for you to ask about it. Yet there may be some risk to it, since if you do that to C:/
You will force everything to be yours, even though "SYSTEM" wouldn't like that.
I have a Registry file that can add that to your menu. Yet if you want to use this file, you MUST make sure to type the corrections in the file.
Thank you very much and yes I will try it
You MUST know the exact name of your account name.
1) Download the .reg file and save on Desktop
2) Right click -> Edit
3) Using Ctrl+F to find, find Admin and replace it with your account name (is your account name 1 word?) There are 8 entries for Admin, replace them all. (It would sound strange to replace those because they're called Admin, yet that is my account name I made, i called it Admin)
4) Save the file
5) Double click the file -> Yes -> OK
6) Right click C:/ and select that
7) It will take time, double click C:/ a few second later, hopefully it will let you open that first tree of folders.
Add 'Take Ownership' To The Context Menu (Applies To Accounts Named 'Admin').reg
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