Windows 10: I can't rename files on the deskttop (File Access Denied)
I can't rename files on the deskttop (File Access Denied)
I am the administrator, but whenever i try to rename a file on the desktop it says "File Access Denied" and that i need to provide administrator permission to rename the file. How to fix it?
Right click C:\[Users\YourUserName]\Desktop Go to Properties/Security. Take Ownership of the file. Take ownership of files and get full access in Windows 10
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Runnin win 10 since 2 weeks.
Trying to copy all files from external HD to new second internal HD.
some files copied no problem, other files and folders will either not copy (administrator rights) or are outright "access denied".
All are films, no...
I just upgraded to windows 10. I am trying to copy DATA files and folders from a DVD. This is not music, movies, or anything like that, these are data files I was able to access in prior versions of Windows 10 that I placed them on the DVD myself....
Since Upgrading to Windows 10, I am now experiencing problems accessing many files?
How can I gain access to ALL my files?
Can this be done in one operation, easily, or is it difficult?
Step by Step instructions would be greatly...
I get the following message when I try to 'save, 'save as' or 'paste':
File Access Denied
You require permission from Unix User\nobody to make changes to this file.
I have no idea was to what causes this nor have I made any security...