After having the OS re-installed the folders were no longer visible. Default owner of your system drive (C:) Started by logikz , Nov 11 2011 02:46 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic #1 logikz logikz Members 65 The amount of time that your is taking would indicate something is wrong (physically) eith the HDD. thegift73 Hi Jenessa, What did the security error say? have a peek here
i have a 250 gb HDD that also has a Back up drive of 10 gb, known as a recovery Drive. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]DwarfWoot[S] 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(9 children)I am in the Administrators group- when I upgraded the Admin group for some reason kept being told it couldn't save to various places. I am the only user of the computer, and my user account is that of an administrator. Seriously, thanks for your time!
Hans Superb explanation thegift73 Thank you Hans. I have put security restrictions on some of the folders. OS: 10 Quote RolandJS View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Joined : Jan 2015 Posts : 451 New 10 Jul 2016 #4 I'm confused, why the need for Trustedinstaller Permission Windows 10 help plz.
To do this, locate the devive in My Computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/32899-63-ownership-entire-drive Back to top Back to Windows 7 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Microsoft Windows Support → Restore Trustedinstaller Windows 10 any sugestions? Trustedinstaller Ownership Ross Oh… and just in case it makes a difference….
I had clicked through it before, but now I think it may be a significant part of the problem: When I tried to take ownership through the OWNERSHIP tab in the navigate here Any help would be great, thanks! Anyway, long story cut short, I took ownership of the entire C drive, including its subcontainers and objects, and gave myself full control permission settings. I can see all of my data on the old drive but can't access it. Take Ownership Of Hard Drive Windows 10
I have taken the hard drive out of a laptop that had water spilled on it and am able to read it after connecting to another laptop. Processing the G:\ drive Finished processing the G:\ drive. 0 files processed. I am also a person with integrity and am very helpful if you want or need me to be. Check This Out I noticed one thing when I tried again to take ownership.
When i remove again, it suddenly popped up a window mentioning format drive G and F (i think those are my previous drives). Failed To Enumerate Objects In The Container Many files are system files which are locked and or Hidden. Don't use the other two as they mainly deal with formatting.
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Shwiggler 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(3 children)Edit: Just to Add, make sure you have permissions on the folders you're stuck to - what I'd suggest doing if you have to That is the last thing you want. I did this in Win 8.1. Trusted Installer It was never a problem until recently, so I don't think it's them.
The IDE power connector end should already be present in your desktop as it should be attached to the PSU (spare one) A much simpler way to do this though, it to purchase Double click on the ‘InstallTakeOwnership.reg’ file. Allergic to the whole pepper family - what can I use in its place? this contact form Still the same.
I have drives C and F In C the user is called John In F user called Pete Start/File Explorer/This... I will try to have a look around for more information that may help. The K drive is the former C drive, which got corrupted with some viruses and Trojans. i was trying it on the wrong drive.
The output from unhide.exe seems normal ans is just telling you what operations it carried out. Or Try right-clicking on the file Properties>Share With>Specific People> Home Group (read/write) Another thing to double check is to see that when you are taking permission (changing ownership) is to make I'll keep on reading until I find out what's going on. Turns out i had my AVG anti-virus software installed incorrectly, it was installed directly on the D: partition without a map like D:AVG in between.
looks like i can go in to each individual folder and set each individual song or video to full access for administrators, but that would take forever.