Continue Report • #2 Piscies December 12, 2010 at 06:20:54 Thanks again Mos. Thanks A LOTs MR. choice /m "Use brute force to take ownership of the folders and try again?" set tmpBruteForce=%ERRORLEVEL% if %tmpBruteForce% equ 1 ( Echo Taking ownership of folder and contents.....
Don't worry about them. surferdude2, #11 2005/11/17 oserdavid Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2005/08/16 Messages: 216 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 106 Location: London, UK Computer Experience: Intermediate Renamed System Volume Information Folder But... Logged Lisandro Avast team Certainly Bot Posts: 66733 Re: Cannot del,move,rename even after turning off system restore... cacls "z:\system volume information" /E /R YourLoginID THE "ICACLS" METHOD (Preferred) -- The nice thing about Icacls is that it blends a number of advanced commands into a single 'elevated' command.
Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... attrib /S -r -a -h -s "%tmpWorkingFile%" del /S /Q "%tmpWorkingFile%" rmdir /s /q "%tmpWorkingFile%" ) If not exist "%tmpWorkingFile%" goto progDone echo. help? « Reply #4 on: March 27, 2009, 01:14:10 AM » No problem, glad I could help. General Discussion Is it safe to delete the" System Volume Information" folder.Hi all.
If it is permissable to do so - I'm transferring my query to the System Information won't start in Windows XP thread, since I've obviously succeeded in recreating my System Volume This little undocumented nightmare is something of a trick windows used as a minor extra protection of its files from early on. For full access please Register. yAnd you're DONE ;-) Report • #8 Piscies December 12, 2010 at 16:41:40 Am I doing something wrong Mattieinars?
Cookies Registration Notice Renaming System Information Folder Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by oserdavid, 2005/11/06. 2005/11/06 oserdavid Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2005/08/16 Messages: 216 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 106 Location: But the system won't allow me to rename it. But either something else is blocking the access or a file in there is. Staff Online Now PeteC Christer Steve R Jones Donate WindowsBBS Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Style Default Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software
And it hasn't helped at all. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites AdvancedSetup Staff Root Admin 63,198 posts Location: US ID: 14 Posted May 18, 2015 You're quite welcome. Clear search results Contact support Knowledge Base Frequently Asked Questions47 articles Sales15 articles Technical Articles426 articles Web Store9 articles Legal6 articles Education and Non-Profit3 articles All articles 2BrightSparks Homepage 2BrightSparks Homepage if exist "%tmpWorkingFile%" ( echo Unfortunately I was not able to remove the folder.
Discussion in 'Windows XP Performance' started by Luis, Aug 13, 2003. check over here NO SPACES between this and YourLoginID F = FULL CONTROL, R = Read, W = Write, C = Change At this point you should be able to use the regular GUI I also have a 500gb removeable hard drive "H:" where I store the "official" PC backup created by Windows 7 (In case the "D:" drive crashes). Click the link to create a password, then come back here and sign in.
Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. So do I have to re-do everything I did and leave the system restore to off at all times?(2).......I can't find how to access the system volume information folder. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites AdvancedSetup Staff Root Admin 63,198 posts Location: US ID: 2 Posted May 12, 2015 No it will not cause http://sauvblog.com/cannot-rename/cannot-rename-to-minecraft.html Note: * Use "/grant:r" to explicitly define the exact permissions. (Entirely replace the permissions.) e.g.: "/grant user:w" adds write ability, whereas "/grant:r user:w" will set the user to be able to
C:\Windows\MailSwitch.ocx3. Sparrow - I'm a bit of an ignoramous - could you please give me step by step (or a reference to step by step). If you set up your dual boot configuration the default way by using the multiboot feature built into XP, or Vista or Windows 7, EVERY TIME you boot XP, ALL the
i have spybot, malwarebytes and AVast running along with Windows firewall.... Last edited: 2005/11/17 * * * * * * * * Please validate any help received by posting back your results so that others may benefit. Welshjim, #2 Log in or Sign up to hide this advert. 2005/11/06 charlesvar Geek Member Alumni Joined: 2002/02/18 Messages: 7,024 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 606 Location: New Jersey Then delete it.
First review this topic on how to turn off System Restore and delete all Restore Points Make sure you turn it off and that you set the size to save to I have the restore feature turned off which I'm reading should do just that, in addition to removing any files in that folder. On the other hand, if you use XP (or 2000) to make all the NTFS partitions, both operating systems can see all the NTFS partitions. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-rename/cannot-rename-tokens-dat.html The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
I need to find out how to keep viruses out so I don't have to do this again! My problem has now been solved by Zander on the other thread. DIR /AD D:\ You should see the folder there: "System Volume Information" Now type the following exactly as shown and press the Enter key (if your drive is not PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Performance > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick
It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). The ActiveX necessary doesn't get to me. Manual brute force is not recommended but again aside from loss of previous system restore points there is no harm. Mike sparrow, #7 2005/11/08 surferdude2 Inactive Joined: 2004/07/04 Messages: 4,009 Likes Received: 23 Trophy Points: 608 Location: 62864 Computer Experience: Default I use MoveOnBoot for stubborn cases like this.
surferdude2, #5 2005/11/07 oserdavid Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2005/08/16 Messages: 216 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 106 Location: London, UK Computer Experience: Intermediate Renaming System Volume Information Thanks Surferdude2 - that If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. WARNING!!! Just create a FILE (not a FOLDER) with the name "System Volume Information" Windows does not have the intelligence to delete the file so that it can recreate a folder with
Started by iamauser, May 12, 2015 15 posts in this topic iamauser Advanced Member Topic Starter Members 142 posts ID: 1 Posted May 12, 2015 Hello,I have been messed System Restoreonly protects operating system files so there is no need to have itrunning on drives or partitions that contain only data files and/orbackup images.Use Control Panel - System and go