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Copying file I went to copy te file to usb and it said i did not have permission to do this to see the administrator??? It's my file , my computer, my flash drive???

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Does more than one person use your computer and do you have separate identities. When you sign on, do you choose your identity? You will need to go to
start
control panel
user accounts and see who the administrator is
Changes can be made here, but the administrator has to make them

Good luck.

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