I was given an older computer that had two admin accounts on it, I didn't know the passwords so I started the computer in safe mode and changed the passwords and signed on. I deleted one of the accounts and the files associated with them, opened my own admin account in order to delete the other. Everytime I attempted to delete the other account and files, I kept getting a message stating that the program was not responding....end program mshta.exe. After rebooting, the account was gone, but there are files still located in Documents and Settings. Files that include: java, jpi_cache, contacts, favorites, documents, system, .plugin141_02.trace, resetlog, ijavaws, desktop, start menu, windows, ntusr, app data, arinthood, templates, local settings, net hood, send to and ntuser.dat. totaling 70.6mb in all. Also in Documents and Settings are files in my name, owner and administrator.
1) Can I delete the files in the deleted account name?
2) What files would be in owner and administrator, if I am the only computer administrator now listed in users?
3) When I log on, the only option given is my account.
4) At the start, it states "turn off Administration", who does this refer to?
Thanks for your help.
Edited by silkzip, 14 March 2011 - 08:26 PM.