Sometimes your computer may generate an error code indicating that Windows XP is denied access to commands. There can be several reasons for this problem.
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If you’re getting an “Access Denied” message after changing a file or folder, even if you’re the administrator of your Windows XP computer, you may need to reset the permissions on the entry or folder. You can go back to the files, reinstall Windows, and then try to access the files.
We have a PC that has been upgraded from Win2000 to WinXP Pro SP2 and we are actually trying to install all the add-ons we have and block the SP3 installation. It comes halfway through the installation and output phase, the most recent file it says is installed is fxsapi.dll, I don’t know if that’s the problem but it only throws an error: access denied. I tried teaching Microsoft a solution to teach a .cmd file to set up read/write access, save some changes, some fail, reboot, try again with XP SP3, same thing happens. I disabled our TrendMicro antivirus, the same thing, we haveThere is really only one application that we use through this field, it is connected to our own security system and logs in so that you can receive updates and make changes. I am logged in under the admin domain set. I think I need to have some experience with registry permissions, but I’m not sure where to look or what to change in the market to install SP3.
HM. My personal next step, if this was a working machine, would be to uninstall and reinstall. It doesn’t cost that much.
This can be caused by simple file sharing installed in Windows XP.You can turn it off by following these steps.
- Launch Windows Explorer.
- On the “Tools” menu, find “Folder Options…”.
- In the window that appears, click the “View” tab.
- Scroll down the list of options and check “Use simple file distribution (recommended)”. OK
- Click here to close the window.
- Restart your computer.
How do I fix access denied error?
Are you an administrator?Correct access denied errors by taking responsibility.Check the folder permissions.Check your antivirus settings.Look for file encryption.
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How do I remove access denied folder in Windows XP?
Opt out of simple file sharing:Right-click the folder type you want to apply, then click Properties.Click on the “Security” tab, and if so, click “OK” on the security thoughts if they appear.Click “Advanced”, then go to the “Owner” tab.
While trying to move the file (with photos) to another fabulous folder, I mistakenly placed it in a file named – a32ae4d98e91cef… which should contain system files?
Right now I can’t access or use the file, and every time I try I get an access denied message.
Please help me. I’ve tried right clicking on the file and properties and that didn’t work.
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How do I fix permission is denied in CMD?
Run Command Prompt as an administrator by right-clicking on the command prompt icon in the Windows start menu and selecting “Run as administrator”. Click “Next” when a confirmation pop-up message appears.At the new special prompt, enter net pc operator administrator /active:yes.
Start your computer in safe mode. You may see an account called “Administrator”. See if you can access the exact folder for this account?
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