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The Option to Delete is missing from the Music Partition?


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#1 Johnz414

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 02:09 AM

Hi,

 

This is a new for me, I don't have the option on right click to delete or re-name anyting on my Music partition. All other partitions have the option on right click to delete and re-name.

 

I have been trying to put a new Windows 7 instilation on a reformated partition while on a different Windows 7 instillation and have been running into the error 0x8007003:


 

Instillation Windows

 

Windows was unable to create the required instillation folder.

E;\$WINDOWS.~BT existing file of this name could not be deleted.

 

Error: 0x8007003

 

E is my music partition and this file "$WINDOWS.~BT" is there, I take it that this is where the instillation folders are being placed, it must be left over from a previous attempt. I've been getting this error from the first time I tried installing.

 

What I don't get is the fact that I don't have the options to delete or re-name on right click on this partiton.

 

Can anyone explain what this might be and how to correct it to get back these two options? Thanks.

 

John


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