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I realized something was wrong when I was trying to clear out some old music files as the Admin and it kept telling me access is denied. I looked at the properties on the folder and it was changed to Read-Only. I tried to simply uncheck that box and click apply but this is what came of that idea:
Is there any way to fix this so that I can remove the files I dont use from my pc?
I can see from the file structure that it is trying to change the status of the Incomplete Downloads folder. Have you had a look to see if this is being use by another user currently logged on.
This is normally the folder for peer to peer programs. If the program is still running this will stop you from changing the status as this is being constantly written to if a file is being downloaded.
It sounds like there was another user logged on at the same time then. As you were changing the all user account this will not work if there are other users using that folder. Also would be a issue if you were not the local admin to be able to make changes to the all users account settings.