RE: administrator, but no administrator?!?
I have a similar problem and I tried your fix but all I got was a message
saying "System error 5 has occurred. Access is denied" What happens now?
> I don't understand your contradictory statements. You say you can't upgrade
> Messenger because you're not the administrator then, in the next breath, you
> say it crashes when you attempt to upgrade it.
> However, to log on as the true administrator, go to Start, type cmd and
> press Enter. Now type net user administrator /active:yes (note the 3 spaces)
> and press Enter. You may have to reboot for the Administrator account to
> show on the Welcome screen. To disable it retype the command but change yes
> to no
> "Pete" wrote:
> > Im having problems with certain programs which want to upgrade (i.e. windows
> > live messenger) but tell me I need to be logged in as an Administrator. I
> > only have one account, that is definitely set as administrator?? Any ideas?
> > Also, when I upgrade windows live messenger from the website, it keeps
> > crashing and closing, so I have to revert to the old version?
> > Cheers