Ok I made a mistake. Before I bought Vista I had setup a partition for
10GB for a windows os (I was using Win 2000 before Vista). So Iím
redoing my system and I want to install SQL Server 2005 on to a
different drive. In order for me to do that it still has to copy 1.6
GB of temp files to my C: drive! So Iím trying to move some files off
of my C Drive on to my data drive temporarily.
My Problem / Question is this: I cannot delete some files from my C
Drive (usually dlls or exes) They can be copied somewhere else but not
deleted even though I am an Administrator on this machine. I have
tried "Taking Ownership" of these files and then moving them but it
still doesnít work! How can I delete these files without getting the
error: "You need permission to perform this action"?
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