Can't decrypt file- it says that access of denied. I feel hopeless, please help me.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by ic4ru5, Sep 14, 2008.

  1. ic4ru5

    ic4ru5 Guest


    I downloaded .iso file from torrent which was in folder. to protect it
    from my family members in a face of younger brother, who deleted some
    files lately without a reason, I think that "I" again encrypted file
    folder. I think that it had some errors that i "denied" (passed with
    clicking on logic buttons) and wanted to move on with my own doings.
    Some days later i wanted to intall that file (.iso mounting) and it said
    that i dont have premission to do that.

    I'm user with administrotor rights, I think that i'm the owner of this
    file and i have definetly full control of this file. I cant decrypt
    because i have no premission. and i must "try again" what gives error or
    cancel, ignore to procreed.

    How can I decrypt contents of folder.

    PLEASE HELP and sorry for my bad english :geek:
    ic4ru5, Sep 14, 2008
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    Malke Guest

    Too many variables. Since we don't know what the "errors" were or with what
    you encrypted the file, I wouldn't bother using it. Delete the file and
    download it again. Don't encrypt things unless you completely understand
    what you're doing and then back up your encryption keys.

    If you get "access denied" errors when trying to delete the file, take
    ownership of it. Look up "take ownership" in Vista's Help if you're not
    sure how to do that.

    Malke, Sep 15, 2008
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    ic4ru5 Guest

    Nice 1- thats how yo say "i'm to lazy to type" in vista forum
    ic4ru5, Sep 15, 2008
  4. If you are 2 lazy to type in vista forums, better get Ubuntu and ditch
    Vista. Ubuntu is more for retards who can't do anything usefull with their

    Talk to Alias, he is the useless expert around here.
    Bill ©¿©¬ Yanaire, Sep 15, 2008
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