My PC originally came with a normal SATA HD with Windows 7 installed.
Then I got an SSD and did a fresh installation of Windows 7 on the SSD.
The SSD is labeled C: while SATA HD is D:\
Now I am trying to delete the SATA's folders:
Program Files (x86)\
but it won't let me. I've tried Unlocker program, and even force delete command-prompt in Adminstrator-mode.
I even booted up in SAFE-MODE and it still says "Access Denied".
I've compared the C:\ with the corresponding D:\ folders and noted that the files already exist in C:\...
BUT Program Files\ is newer on C:\
WHILST the other 3 folders, D:\ seems newer.
If Windows 7 still uses folders/files from SATA D:\ (even though I did a fresh installation in C:\..... how can I transfer them to C:\ and get them deleted from D:?
PS: I could just take the SATA D:\ out and see what happens