Quote: Originally Posted by Minotar
No,i think if you left the file path (lets say you have the partition named as D) you would have file path D:\(username)
That should work as all your files should be stored in that file ,mine is under D:\Dan-PC
If they aren't in a folder,put them in one if you can.
Could you please explain to me how to use that software more clearly? After installing it (well, actually it is a registry file, isn't it?), if I right-clicked a file or a folder I could see the option "Take Ownership", but when I right-clicked the partition D this option did not appear. Besides, judging from your above instruction, to take ownership of a partition I must run "Take Ownership" from the command line. If that's the case could you show me the complete syntax of the command?
Thank you very much, Minotar.