Question error: 0x800700522

brantmccl

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Dec 29, 2018
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Since I was trying to get rid of the old windows directory, which I did, I've been getting the error: 0x800700522 (not privileged) when I try to do almost anything. It's like the system thinks I'm still trying to get rid or edit important system files. What have I done?
 

Adam0ne

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Feb 9, 2021
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You changed something in a directory you were not supposed to modify. Some change UAC controls to solve this.

Personally, I have too many things running on my system that I don't want to risk losing it permanently, so my suggestion, I would rather save all the files that I need and do a fresh install.
 

brantmccl

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Dec 29, 2018
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You changed something in a directory you were not supposed to modify. Some change UAC controls to solve this.

Personally, I have too many things running on my system that I don't want to risk losing it permanently, so my suggestion, I would rather save all the files that I need and do a fresh install.
 

brantmccl

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Dec 29, 2018
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thank you, unfortunately that's what I'll have to do. I'll have to post later about how to do a fresh install without losing my license.
 

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