Windows 10: I Changed Ownership of Most of C: - Do I need immediate help?
Yes, looks like that one is self-inflicted - cut and paste works for me.
You could try an in-place repair install first. That would preserve your files and installed apps. Always best to make backups first, though.
anyway, the point is: what can I do about this situation? still looks like nothing but reinstall?
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