Problem with Permission for Windows 7

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I am using Windows 7, recently I reinstalled Windows 7, but whenever I try to run any executable file, I get an error, “the path doesn’t exist“. For some cases it throws an error when saving files like text, doc etc. Stating that I don’t have enough permissions to save the file.

Is there any easy fix for it?
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Answered By 0 points N/A #115724

Problem with Permission for Windows 7

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First, check whether you have a virus infected in your machine. Do a full scan through an updated recognize virus program.
 
You need to have the admin rights to run an .exe file. Otherwise, it will not allow you run this. Right click on the file and select “Run as admin”. You will be asked the admin password and when you provide this, you can run this program.
 
If you still cannot run this file, rename it with the extension ‘.bat’. Bat is a batch file and an executable file. If you want to get further assistance from the web, you can get assistance from exehelper.com.
 
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Alex
Answered By 0 points N/A #115725

Problem with Permission for Windows 7

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You might have some problem in your Windows setup. You can re-install Windows to see what happens.

Answered By 0 points N/A #115726

Problem with Permission for Windows 7

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 Hello,
 
I think Your CD drive or DVD drive is missing or not recognized by Windows or other programs. That may be the reason you cannot play or access a CD or DVD.
 
This issue might have occurred after you have installed, uninstalled, or updated a program or Windows Vista.
 

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