Originally Posted by Captain Pooka
The "Administrator" account comes disabled on Windows 7 and Vista by default. It's there, you just don't know it. That's why when setting up a new computer you can't name your account "Administrator".
I have no idea why you don't have permissions to move folders. Is it all folders and files or just one of them?
You can enable the admin account by running a command prompt as administrator (stupid concept, I know.)
net user administrator /active:yes
run that. If you can't get in cmd as admin you gotta do it in safe mode. Then go to users and groups and make yourself admin to everything.
Yeah it's only on file that won't let me is a .dll
and also I don't know if you guys going to understand the next thing but when you guy go to computer on windows7 then you go to C: then to Users there is a folder with a little lock on it and a name in this case is my girlfriends how do I change the name.
I just did the cmd command and it say --- The command completed successfully ---
It still telling me that I need permission from everyone
What I also forgot to mention is when I try to move it the AVG Resident Shield Alert come up telling me --- Threat detected and I press Ignore but it still won't let me move it.