I was trying to check whether I have the SOFTWARE, and SECURITY files in
When I try to click on the config folder it displays a warning message telling me if I should go into that folder, and of course I said continue, and yes, and whatnot. Now everytime I try to access that folder, there is no warning message anymore. Basically, I want that warning message re-enabled. How do I do that?
The reason why I was checking for something like that is because there is always a blue screen during a chkdsk scan with error code c0000218 with a registry file failure that involves these 2 files, so I want to check if it is missing or not.
I forgot what the warning message said, so I decided to do the same thing on my windows 8 laptop. It basically says "you don't have permission to access this folder" with the option to continue or not. I basically want that message to popup again when I try to access that config folder on my windows vista laptop.
If I click continue, I would have permanent access to this folder, which I probably should not have done, so I want to know how to go back to the way it was before, where when I try to access the folder, there is this popup message saying if I should have permanent access to this folder.
I checked the ownership of that folder on my windows 8 laptop, and the owner is "SYSTEM". Does changing the ownership to "SYSTEM" re-enable that popup message when I try to access that folder? The one on my vista laptop says that config folder belongs to "administrators".
Edited by signofzeta, 09 May 2014 - 11:09 PM.