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Anonymous 16/07/18(Mon)05:44 No. 22132 ID: 2214da

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While recovering from some malware I managed to fuck up my hard drive permissions.
How do I take ownership of each volume including the system?
I am in an admin account but I I can't do things like create text files in my C: dive.
and constantly need to "approve" of moving files from one drive to another. (I have 3)

Windows 7 home.

Anonymous 16/07/18(Mon)22:19 No. 22134 ID: b7c334

Right click > Properties > Security and change permissions.

Anonymous 16/07/19(Tue)01:32 No. 22135 ID: a870df

You're better off performing an upgrade installation of 7 Home, because you'll never get the permissions correct. There are special permissions all over the boot drive, from program files to programdata to windows to users... there's not going to be just one place set-it-and-done.

Upgrading it will refresh the permissions on the boot drive back to where they should be.

With your other drives you can just adjust their permissions though, provided you haven't moved program files or something else over there.

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