Can't save to C-Drive?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help and Support' started by solid71, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. solid71

    solid71 New Member

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    Hi All,
    Two issues:
    1. I just got a new Vista PC, and I cannot save a file to the C-drive. I made sure my account has Admin priviledges and that it has Full Control on the C-drive, but still cannot save to the C-Drive.


    2. Also, how can I set the PC so that when it reboots, I don't have to enter my password when it has rebooted?
    Thanks !
    Rob
     
  2. davehc

    davehc Microsoft MVP
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    Could you give more details for your first question? Which partition is Vista on? From where, or from which OS/partition are you trying to save from, and which OS, is any, do you have on C:
    You second question:
      1. Type in ‘netplwiz’ in the search box after clicking on the start button or press Windows + R and type it. This opens the Advanced User Accounts Menu.
      1. Highlight the account in the users tab that you want to automatically login with and uncheck ‘must enter a username and password to use this computer’
      1. Click on apply afterwards and enter the password from that account twice
      1. Click ok and restart.
     
  3. solid71

    solid71 New Member

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    Thanks. The reboot/password issue is fixed, but I still cannot copy folders from my old PC to my new PC - something about permissions, however, I am full Admin on the new PC !!
     

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