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I give myself "permission"!

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Old 06-12-2009
ButterflyGuitar
 

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I give myself "permission"!

*I *am the administrator, *I *am the owner, and *I* know what *I* am
doing to *MY* computer. *I *would like to know how *I* can gain control
of *MY* computer and not be told that *I *can't do things to *MY*
computer because *I* don't have permission from it! It's like it's
telling *ME* what not to do like a little child back talking to it's
mother!

I get errors like "You do not have permission to do this action" or
"Permission Denied" or "Wah! I'm a little brat and am throwing a
tantrum!"

The problem started when I was trying to uninstall a program called
Shopper Reaports that is not listed under the control pannel to
uninstall. I tried to use a PC Decrapifier that has helped me out in
situations like this before but even that program can't seem to
uninstall Shopper Reaports. So, I found the file in Program Files and
tried to delete it and the above senerio happened. Any advice or maybe a
reply with some sympathy venting would be nice! Thanks in advance!


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Old 06-12-2009
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Re: I give myself "permission"!

yo wassup take a look at this
'[OC]ModShop - Take Ownership of Vista's System Files'
(http://www.ocmodshop.com/ocmodshop.aspx?a=851)


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