My stinking computer has a folder hidden on it and I can't unhide it. Searching my libraries I can find the file I want. But trying to import data from an Access DB to SQL Server I have to specify the location of the file and I can't get there. I have checfked the sub folder to make sure there is nothing hidden on it, but the Attributes under Properties has the Hidden check mark unchecked. I can't get to the hidden folder to unhide it because it is hidden. I checked Permissions and made sure I have everything. After all, I am the stinkin owner of this machine. I can't find a place to tell my machine that I am in charge of all files and folders on Drive C. This security BS is about to make me insane.
Furthermore, when I set up the machine I hit the "OK" button and then later realized I had left the last letter off my own name! I have pretty much ignored it, but sometimes I wonder if there isn't a way to correct that throughout the computer without causing problems.
How do I get the hidden folder to show up with my permissions enabled on that folder?
How can I take control of this machine? It's mine, I bought it, I own it, I should be the ultimate master of it.
Thanks to all of you who can understand Microsoft's approach to logic.