I have been through these two links below MS Office Word : Set Default Save Location Library - Set Save Folder If I want to change a default saved location folder for any of those file's types : Excel, adobe , jpg, access, email attachment , ,,,,,etc Do I need to repeat the procedure explained in the above two links for each individual file type?
I cant seem to save any file every time I download a program from the internet to my c drive (specifically under program file folder)- keep on prompting need permission from the administrator. I tried the cmd command still not working.
I have a seagate 1 terabyte external hard drive and I made an image of my old hard drive which contained windows XP Professional.I've since migrated to Windows 7 and am now trying to access the data in the my documents folder in the "imaged" drive which is embedded in in the external hard drive. I am trying to access the data in the administrators folder, but cannot: ACCESS DENIED.I tried to change ownership within windows 7.... Cannot: MEDIA IS WRITE PROTECTED.How can I access these files? I can access all the other files that are on the "image" which is on the external hard drive.
Can't change desktop wallpaper and all my program files folder are empty?I think it could be a virus or something. I have been told this can be useful.
SteelWerX Registry Console Tool 2.0 Written by Bobbi Flekman 2006 (C) Error: Key: softwaremicrosoftwindows ntcurrentversionpolicies does not exist! SteelWerX Registry Console Tool 2.0 Written by Bobbi Flekman 2006 (C)
Is there any way to set the default save location folder for downloads in IE8 to the last folder that the same file type was saved in? It makes no sense to default to a single folder and have to browse through to the desired folder for every single download, so I assume there has to be an option somewhere.
I got a new laptop at work, and the IT group performed the initial setup. Of course, they entered my name incorrectly. I am the "administrator" on this computer, and I made the correction. However, on the C: drive, under the C:Users folder, my misspelled name persists. I select then right-click, but I cannot change the folder name. I see that the "lock" symbol is displayed next to the folder name, so obviously, the folder is locked and that explains why I can't change the folder name. How do I change a folder's name under C:users?
I have a 120GB SSD for system etc. I have a 1TB HDD for everything else. How do I change the default program files folders (x86 and regular) so that when I am installing a program the first choice is on this second drive instead of C?
I have VLC Portable as the default program for opening some video files, like .mp4 and .avi. And I have Foobar (portable) as the default program for .mp3.Usually the icons on .mp4, .avi, .mp3 files get updated with the icons of the assigned media players.But on this PC it's not working. They're still the same icons as if WMP was the default player.Does it have to do with the Standard user account? (Because on other PCs I run from an Admin account and I don't have such problems.)
I recently changed my cable plan to basic (channels 1-18) and since then, I haven't been able to see any of the shows that I have set to record. They have not saved. I did a search on any new files and even noticed one of my shows recording one night, so I know it is not the cable company.There's plenty of room on the hard drive and when I manually record and stop recording, it actually DOES save and place it in the recorded TV folder.It must have something to do with the automated recording feature and even though it seems a coincidence that this started when I changed my cable plan... well, I just don't know. I also did a rescan of the cable network and channels.
When I create a playlist in WMP 12 and try to save it I get the following Message:"Windows Media Player encountered a problem while creating or saving the playlist"I have tried disabling the WMP feature, rebooting and enabling the feature but the problem still exists.(My profile doesn't show it but I am using SP1)
I just received my new Toshiba Satellite laptop. It has Windows 7, and the first thing I did was go to download Firefox so I could get rid of IE.I want to save the Firefox program in Program Files, where I always used to save programs, and it tells me I "don't have permission" to save and would I like to save to the downloads folder instead. This is making me crazy, as I'm the ONLY user on the computer, it's brand new, and I should have the "administrator" permissions! How in the heck do I make it able for me to be the administrator/have access to everything? I should install/uninstall immediately to protect myself regarding this new laptop, What is the best anti-spyware out there these days? And someone told me I should NOT use Norton. My laptop came with it--should I automatically uninstall it?
How can i change where WMC saves recorded TV?I do know that i can change to another Hdd (at the current momoment i dont have a second Hdd)I want to change to a diffrent folder on my C: Drive (same drive as the OS)The default folder it saves to is C:UsersPublicRecorded TVI want to change it to C:UsersDerek and TienaMy Recorded TVI cannot figure out how (if at all) how to change it.
I am addicted to this game but if I just uninstall, it's gone forever and sometime in the future I might want it back. Alternately, if I knew how to password protect it, I could have someone else choost the password.
I noticed that a number of documents I worked with and did a "save as" went not into my documents folder (as I had assumed, but into a folder called "NSP1RMCB" and when I go to Windows Explorer I can not see such folder. I have hidden folders set to show. How do I find the folder and why does windows 7 do this? How can I make sure that does not happen again?
One of the features I like in Windows 7 is that I can customise the Favourite Folders that appear in the save options. For example I can in include any folder in the save list for most applications. This works for microsoft Word, IE etc. However some applications like Adobe reader and a few others do not have my favourite folders when I go to save. They just have the basic: Recentplaces/Desktop/Libraties/Computer/Network. Does anyoner know of a way to include my favourite folders in the list for Adobe reader and these other applications as well?
inkj which is I/pictures/backgrounds/but i HAVE to select one image instead of just being able to select a folder. After that, i cannot click ''OK'', it will not work,respond or anything...neither will cancel, I HAVE to hit the X which kills al my actions...also it will jump straight back to my last used theme if i click OK....so it wont ''OK'' but it does jump back to my last saved theme...very wierd...I have this with any theme downlaoded or not makes no difference, also weird is that the screen shows tearing or something when i scroll up and down!
I had this OLD password that I had set. During this time I had that password I did use windows' system image utility to backup my old 500GB drive to restore it on a 1TB drive and I did that while I had this password.Now, when I try to change the password it will not save the change. When I change it, I can logout and it will accept the NEW password, but once I reboot or shut down and it comes back up, it only accepts the OLD password.
When I open a windows office file from the internet (Word or Powerpoint) and I then I go to save it via "save as", it automatically opens the temp file as the save destination, not the folder I most recently had open, or the folder where I've saved the previous 20 files I've downloaded.
Is there a way to direct the default save file to open not as temp but as what I want it to?
Save to / Open From RECENT FOLDER functionIs anyone aware of an Windows 7 compatible Save/Open add-in that allows userto see a list of recently used folders when SAVING or OPENING files from windows dialog boxes?'ve seen version for XP and Vista, but nothing for Windows 7.Its a very necessary feature unless you like always clicking to get to your stuff is not only annoying, and maddening, but also another cause of Repetitive Stress Injuries.
About 2 days ago I noticed that all of a sudden my scroll and progress bars, and all of the prompt windows (save, open file, etc.) changed to a Windows 98 style! I didn't think anything of it until I tried to save an image through Firefox and it wouldn't bring up the prompt to choose a location. Initially I thought it to be exclusive to Firefox, but later I had worked on an Word document and when I tried to Save As... the exact same thing, a flash indicating that it tried to open the location window and that's it. Every program does the exact same thing, no way to bring up a location menu or change directory.
In win 7 is it possible to configure a folder to save it contents across different locations? I want to drop stuff I modify frequently into a folder that will save it on two drives so the files are backed up in case one drive breaks. If not possible please suggest a work around.
I have Windows 7.i copy entire flash drive to a folder (Call it "RemovableDrive" folder under My Document) from flash drive (USB).In "RemovableDrive", folder, I right click and select Properties, then I uncheck READ ONLY, and select Apply to set all files and folder/subfolders to uncheck READ ONLY.
In the "RemovableDrive" folder, I opened a file, and edit it. Then I try to save it.it would not let me. I also set the property of the file to READ ONLY, but still has the same problem.
I'm really hoping I find an answer to this question besides the one I've found on the internet a hundred times over (That's not a good idea, you shouldn't do it).
My question is: Is there a way to allow a user to create/edit files in the C drive (system drive), and in the Program Files contained there? Let's assume that this user is not only a local admin, but a domain admin as well.
The reason for this is I work for a company that does a lot of editing within these areas of Windows. We need to be able to create and edit files where they are stored. I know one way around we've found is to copy the item out of the folder, edit it, and put it back, but this is a pain in the butt.
I also know that most program need to "run as admin", so that's not the problem either. I've given this user every right and permission in the Security tab of the C drive, and had it propagate down through all files, folders, and sub-folders, and still I'm hit with an error that says "Access is Denied" or another one saying that I don't have the right privileges.
Please, if anyone knows how to change this in 7 it would be much appreciated. I know that this worked in XP, and I'm not looking for someone to tell me "this is a bad idea so don't do it", or "maybe it didn't work right in XP". I have seen enough of these.
UPDATE: I have been playing around with saving office and wordpad documents into the C drive, and into the Program files. It seems that I'm able to do both now (for some odd reason), but I still receive intermittent errors when trying to edit or copy/paste or cut/paste from one location to another.