Hello, I am experiencing a major problem - I cannot remove read-only attribute from ANY folder on Windows 7. I have searched google and this whole forum about this problem and I've found that many people have a similar issue. There were offered such solutions as to use ''attrib -r -s <pathToFolderHere>'' and using ''take ownership'' script and changing privileges - I did all that, but nothing worked. The blue square still stays there even after unchecking it and closing properties window. This is a huge problem for me, because I'm writing android applications and I need to download source code using SVN checkout via cmd.exe, but I cannot do that, if read-only is enabled FOR EVERY folder on the whole system. It just gives me an error after downloading source code - permission denied. The software cannot write the downloaded file to my PC, because all folders are set to read-only. Please help me out with this one, I'm really desperate here.