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HELP: Windows Vista Permission Question

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by xmpxkao, May 2, 2007.

  1. xmpxkao

    xmpxkao Member

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    sup guys
    yo, I have windows vista and iam finalyl getting tired of windows vista not allowing me to do anything. I would go back to xp but i have to install too many drivers after. This windows is really...annoying.

    It has almost no privacy for mp3s...i need license etc.

    And when i try to delete folders, it always ask for permission? I read somewhere that you could disable that for allow it for the folder to be deleted, regardless of what the windows wants. Hwo do i dlete a folder? Settings anyone? So confusing.

    Thanks for any help in advance.
     
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    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    moved to correct forum
     
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    Morph416 Active member

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    What version of Vista?

    If you're using Windows Media Player to play mp3s and it's asking for a license, you can disable those options in the player.

    As for the UAC prompt....it too can be disabled, but depends on the version.
     
  4. xmpxkao

    xmpxkao Member

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    iam using vista ultimat.e thank you.
     
  5. xmpxkao

    xmpxkao Member

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    oh yeah i just used convertxtodvd for the first time. i left it on while i slept and well, i cant find the converted dvd lol. where do the files go? the default address. I know im stupid butplease have patience on me. i shall learn .thanks!
     
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    To turn off the User Account control you just go to your User account section in control panel and at the bottom it says"

    Turn user Account control off and on. Click that and that will disable it for you.

    Good luck.
     

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