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this is getting overly tedious, my c drive crashed and i had to buy a new,

now i cant mod games.

i gave everyone full access, rebooted, and yet its still read only

no matter how often i remove that check.

 

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i cant even make screenshots now, and by the looks of it

the shop swapped my 8 gb ram to 4 gb.

 

what i mean with full access is that if i right click on c/properties/security

permissions for everyone allow the whole pile is checked for allow,

full control modify read and execute etc etc

 

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Try running

chkdsk /f  C:

from the command  prompt.

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Maybe this will give you some guidance:

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files-winpc/give-permissions-to-files-and-folders-in-windows/78ee562c-a21f-4a32-8691-73aac1415373?auth=1

 

But if your system is so messed up that you need to do that then that doesn't sound good. Maybe permissions for the registry are also wrong and, and, and.

Maybe you should consider setting up a new system from scratch. That will take a little time but then your headache should be over. Trying to "fix" your problem sounds like continuous headache for the future - until you decide to start from scratch.

Sorry for no better news but that's what my experience tells me.

And 4GB obviously also won't help.

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Just now, johng said:

Try running

chkdsk /f  C:

from the command  prompt.

chkdsk c: /f

might be the better option 😉 

And make sure you have administrator rights.

 

That does not hurt but I doubt it will fix the problem.

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just delete the group everyone

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40 minutes ago, andy72 said:

just delete the group everyone

And how will that help?

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i think the problem is that the owner is trustedinstaller

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21 minutes ago, scammed said:

i think the problem is that the owner is trustedinstaller

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I think that is the SOP, so not causing your problem.

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firstly you dont need an everyone 

 

your the user usually admin also

the less users in that list the betterimage.png.51d73a599706567085328d85d5859383.png
 

 

the problem may be that you got it all installed in a shop

 

renowned for dodgy programs

i bought a laptop in bkk one time 

it was riddled worse than a 2 dollar hooker with virus programs
that was a format job
it may be that your new hd is that 2 dollar hooker
https://www.2-spyware.com/remove-trustedinstaller.html

third party installation..

 

looks like you may need a course of antibiotics

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i went to the shop that installed the win 10 pro, they had zero clue on how to change

permission on the OS they had installed.

 

is there anywhere in pattaya where they can change permission ?

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You have USER and FILE permissions.

Check all the other users (permissions), especially the one you're logged in and using.

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