Originally Posted by Q
1. Take ownership (NTFS) of directories.
2. Give your user full control under NTFS.
3. Try to delete
4. Restart computer and try to delete again.
When I was tryig to do this on my own thats some of thie things I got. I think I need to do step 2 but not sure how.
Originally Posted by ViN86
Use command prompt. Right click on command prompt and run as administrator. Then type the following (hit return after each entry):
rmdir "Program Files"
After, type dir
to make sure they've been deleted. If they've been deleted, they won't be listed.
Usually, command prompt as Admin will override everything.
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