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Access Denied I liked ur solution but let me inform u that i am the administrator(User Accounts show me as one) then where is the problem? Is there a need to reinstall my XP? Please help .

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Hi again XX,

That or you have a virus preventing certain administrative rights, installing something new such as your printer is one.

Some viruses could not be detected outright by your Anti-Virus. Checks that you can perform that would indicate you have certain types of viruses are:
1. see if you can access your folder options;
2. see if you can open your msconfig;
3. see ify you can open your Windows Task manager.

Thank you for asking me to be your Tech Buddy and the post back.

Pls update results of above tests.

Cheers.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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    Louie Role Feb 18, 2008

    Sorry, templating, XX should be sreedipto, no disrespect intended.

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