It moves files from All Users and the current Windows user's profile into a temporary location, making it appear as though problems with the hard drive are causing files to disappear. It also disables a user's ability to change wallpaper images and sets registry keys to hide certain icons — giving the impression that programs are going missing as well.
And currently trying to fix a friends computer that is acting like ALL personal files, (programs/documents/photos appear "gone") In looking at the ownership of files it looks like there a another same name but NOT the admin that I use to login.
Ran a /scannow command from CMD and it stated that there are corrupt files and it could not fix them to read to log - went to log and I get a file permission error and can't open it?
This of course was after some kids played with the computer on the internet and freaking got malware junk on it.
Any ideas - am I in the right area? If not - I apologize...