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After much of tests i was able to write a Powershell Script, that replace, all inherits of all folders and subfolders (even the one with long names), without taking the Ownership ! Reasons: - Taking the Ownership of a Windows Folder can make much Problems ! (I dont like solutions, that can make more problems than they solve, and i even dont like it, if people say, dont change Permissions of systemfolders blabla - Me, the Owner of my Harddrive, like to have R/W Permissions to all Folders, but some folders get there permission inherit from a Top Folder, and so, i wasnt able to se
Windows NTFS Compression and Native Boot VHD/ VHDX? Issues or Conflicts? I am currently cleaning out my Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1 for a 2 step upgrade > Win 8 > Win 8.1 and then will convert it to VHD. I have this \Windows\Installer folder that is taking a lot of space and seems to be unused mostly. Eventually, I wish to clean it out/ delete it or major stuff inside it. But, till then I was considering "compressing" option it as suggested here instead of delete/ remap right now. http://superuser.com/questions/23479/is-it-safe-to-delete-from-c-windows-installer http://superu
Hallo I have searched Google a Little, and found this site, and I can see you are pretty hardcore about drives which are strange.. I have my laptop, and after a update (Windows 8 to 8.1) my computer won´t boot anymore. The strange part is that during the update (i was not at my computer when it was updating, it turned off) When I use Disk Part to reveal my drive, I can see my drive with Windows 8 is now a Raw Drive, and not a NTFS. Can you help me fix that, without formatting the drive? Here is a Logfile from testdisk quick scan. http://www29.zippyshare.com/v/24558047/file.html (somehow
Hello, everyone. I recently did a fresh install of Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation inside Virtual PC 2004, allocated 64 MB memory to the VM, created a fixed 4 GB hard disk (4,095 MB) image, partitioned and formatted the hard disk as NTFS v1.2 file system. Windows NT 4.0 installed without a hitch. However, when I used a disk mounting utility called IMDisk to view the contents of the partition formatted as NTFS, Windows 2000, the host OS upgraded the NTFS partition to version 3.0. After I unmounted the hard disk image, I powered up the Windows NT 4.0 Workstation VM again and wh