Re: how do I move a file to c://windows/system32 ? ....Vista Home Premium....
"rich" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:#GcH4TOfJHA.3716@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
> A program that I use ( FMS flight simulator) needs d3drm.dll to run.
> Reading on the internet, I found where I could download it, and then
> extract the file. I now have that file on my desktop. Another instruction
> was to "place it into c://windows/system32"
> How do I do that in Vista Home premium please? I believe that in Windows XP
> I could have moved it, but Vista doesn't give me the same options. Thank
> You. rich
Try right-clicking the file, selecting Properties and at lower right click on 'Unblock'.
You should then be able to copy or move it over.