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I am running windows XP home edition on my 1.3gigahertz celeron with 256 Ram 20 gig HD and a 120 gig HD, anyways i just recovered from NIMDA virus and it was nice enough to infect most of my .exe files so they are deleted. My problem is, is that it will say access denied to anynew folder i try to make, wont let me delete rename anything, i have tried setting the folder permissions different on those folders and the folders above them, they just arent working, i have tried everything i know. i dont know how to upload a picture using html, i will try the attachment, but i have the error picture ready to be uploaded, please PLEASE email me if you know whats going on at [email protected]
 

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i set it up on norton to delete all infections, because i was just tired of the headaches, err mcafee: i ran both actually, i am on the post sick system and dont feel like losing my 100 gigs of DIVX. DVD movies, i run my own hotline server, and i know i can fdisk and reinstall no problem i just want to salvage my headaches lol
 

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nooooooooo

no, no, i CAN create new folders and move them around etc.. i just cant mess with a certain group of files, at one time i have no idea why it hpapened both hard drives were fully on read only and i coudlnt reset the permissions i messed with a whole bunch of stuff like running a ton of defrag doing a MFT boot time defrag tons of stuff, the only thing it could be is frag guard is screwin it up i am goin to go check that right now. Otherwise nothin is running that could or would mess with it. thanks,
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nope frag guard isnt doing it

i restarted with frag guard off and same crap is happening :(
 
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