I for one do it all the time. rename folders that is.
it is probably something you have accidentally done.
are you running any 3rd party software for protection that might interfere with this type operation.
"Bob" <Bob@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:0FD27749-DEE7-439F-B25B-05892BD3D333@microsoft.com...
Jerry, please forgive me in advance. Is this a problem with Windows Vista? In
XP seems so simple to go to the folder you want to rename and right click,
rename it, and there it was done. Im not complaining, thanks for your
assistance, just seems a little "creative" for microsoft to not allow one to
change names of folder, even in administative rights. OR is this something
that I could have created myself (by mistake) without knowing it? Again thank
you for your patience with me..
"JerryM (ID)" wrote:
> That should be CMD not COD
> "Bob" <Bob@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > When I make a new folder, or even try to rename a floder in Windows
> > Explorerer is says. This file does not exist. When I right click on any
> > flder
> > and goto rename, enter the name I want the folder to read, it says each
> > time.
> > This folder does not exist