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It involves editing a small batch file. The program is completely free, though the newer version is a bit slower and more bloated than the original (which had a plain, unskinned GUI, but loaded pretty much instantaneously and I recommend you only keep the access control bar low, when needed. Tom says: 5 years ago Thanks a lot I removed that darn Security Defender but kept getting pop ups upon start-up that certain files could not be found. Source

Microsoft should pay us for using this crap. It give a context menu (right click) option to take full admin ownership of any files. manny600 says: 7 years ago hey man i did everything u said and deleted some files but after i restart my pc all the files i deleted are back like nothin I will be waiting for your reply.

Windows 7 Process Explorer

thegift73 Hey Matt, Yep, I also added it to the main article this evening. While no applications like iTunes or Media Player have any of those music files open? murder.

If you find one, please let me know. One automatic update is all. I'm just trying to make sure I understand all of the implications before I possibly make my computer vulnerable to stuff. How To Know Which Process Is Using A File In Linux Reply MC SKITTLES says: June 28, 2008 at 7:21 pm I HAVE THE SAME EXACT PROBLEM I DEFINTLY DO FEEL LIKE SWITCHING TO MAC Reply me says: July 6, 2008 at

One other thing (seperate to the above) When you browse through the files/ folders on your external HDD are you able to drag any files over to your laptop? Wholockme Windows 7 Why did I have to go through such complicated process w/c wasn't working when there is something that I can download and will do all the work for me?! Thanks a lot for posting this.. read review David Ecklein Michael, I tried this.

This meant that anything placed onto the external HDD would be protected by that program. Windows File Unlocker After that it should apply permissions to all subfolders and it should work. Sarah says: 3 years ago As a computer novice, this is one of the best set of instructions I have seen in a long time. For me, changing the ‘owner' of the folders didn't help.

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It is a pain, but it can be done. I took another drive from a Windows 7 PC, plug it in as external drive using an adapter. (now I have 2 external drives). Windows 7 Process Explorer Waiting Answer Title: Does this work for network shared dirves [2009-01-12] Hello, hjas any body test this on network or on network drives ,i tried and it did not work. How To Find Out What Program Is Using A File So, I have to solve this online.

Changing Permission If you are an administrator and cannot access a folder, this is due to permission error. this contact form Whenever I install Who Lock Me, it stops me from choosing both the "Open" and "Explore" commands when trying to access folders inside the Start menu under "All Programs". Just like cata22h, I can only come out through ‘cancel' option. Say ‘Yes' to any prompts to finish. How To Open Process Explorer In Windows 7

Go MS! What do you advise? Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Clarification Request Any other solutions? have a peek here But It looks like that the analysis algorithm of yours is less good, yet.

WTF? Find Out Who Is Locking A File On A Network Share Rimco says: 7 years ago I followed all the steps for several times, but it does not work!… Or… you must be looking in the wrong place if you are new to Windows 7.


Andrew James Many thanks indeed Johnny, I have been going around in circles all weekend and you just removed my biggest headache at 22:40 on a Sunday night.. It works for me. :) awolwall says: 6 years ago Yay! Cant find the Replace owner on Subcontainers and Objects though, so I'm having to delete these files one at a time. Determine Who Has A File Open On A Network Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Have you tried this?

Turning OFF UAC is for idiots. I repeated this until I got to the last step, so I missed nothing. John Marshall says: 5 years ago Is there a Windows Protected Files List? DID YOU CREATE THEM - CHECK ON THE FILE TO SEE WHO CREATED THEM - I WILL BET YOU YOU YOU DIDN'T.

Is that a good idea? Guess I'll have to after all. Stoots321  RE permissions of ur user (remove him from allowed groups and than add again ).    Robbie Pence worked for me. Many thanks.