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    help.. i messed up my windows xp with some spyware i dont know which one?! so i installed the windows xp again.. here's my problem.. before i messed up my xp i had files in my documents in my profile.. i can't access my files after i re-installed my windows xp.. because my old profile was gone.. my files weren't shared and my profile was password protected from other users in my house.. i tried dragging the folder to the shared folders but i can't?!? i also tried accessing my files in the command prompt.. and still access denied.. :cry: please anyone.. help me please.. please... thank you so much...

    OS: Windows XP SP2
    File System: NTFS

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    Take ownership....

    Read this post at help2go.com

    http://www.help2go.com/postp15901.html#15901

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    i tried but an error message appears,

    An error occured while trying to share bLaNk. Access is denied.
    The shared resource was not created at this time.

    Please help...

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    Go here . Follow all steps 1 to 5. When you get to 5 you will be creating a Highjackthis log. Copy the log and return to this post, click Post Reply at the bottom of the page and paste the log there. Make mention that you've followed through all the steps so that our experts will know what's been done.


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    The spyware isn't my problem. Having access with my files. Anyway, I've solved it.. Thanks! :wink:

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    Please share with the members here the steps you used to resolve this problem, it may help in the future if someone else has the same or a similar problem.
    Comptia A+ and Network + Certified. Microsoft MCP in Windows 2000 Pro. Server, Advanced Server and Data Center Sever.

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    He/She probably read the instructions right the second time. The error was about "sharing" (not part of the instructions). Taking ownership wouldn't give those errors.

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    yeah, ownership..