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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by bob_the_build, Jun 26, 2009.
Dose anyone have the same problem that they can't reassign a read only folder to a writable one?
might help if u gave a little more detail like: What folders names Are they system/application/yours/other users How they became RO
Folder Attributes Please note that some folders are not actual folders but 'pointer' folders representing an actual folder in a more complex tree structure. You can actualy create these 'pointer' folders yourself. This may be the problem with the folder(s) you are refering.