Some pop-ups in the limited acct

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    In the past I use all FAT32 format this problem and pop-ups never occur everytime I log in in my limited acct, but then after I formatted my pc and decided to use NTFS in drive C this things just comes out in the pc screen on my limited acct. :(

    How can I solve this pop-ups error that always appear everytime I log in on my limited account? :ouch:

    There are some programs also that don't work properly or it needs some rights or sometimes it says access denied when I am on limited acct. This thing never happens using the FAT32 in drive C in the past. :mad: :blink:

    Is this really the way NTFS format secure the system and more tightly "heavily guarded" than FAT32? o_O

    Is there a way so that I can have some rights using some programs to run properly or to have access while I am on my limited accounts with NTFS? o_O :isay:
     

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    I run NTFS on all my drives and I dont have that problem...
    Did you install the software as administrator? (righ click menu and "runas")
     
  3. Dogbiscuit

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    When you say 'pop-ups error', you are referring to error messages like the one shown in your attached image, no?

    In short, yes, if I understand the problem correctly.

    Often, software needs so be installed from the admin account, but will function if run in a limited account. Otherwise, you will need to change the access rights. Personally, I usually install software from within the admin account, to prevent problems.

    I've used Fajo XP Security Extension to control access rights in XP Home so that programs that are not LUA aware can function better.
     
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    I am using Windows XP Pro SP2, will this work on this OS? :rolleyes: o_O :rolleyes:
     
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    Hi what's that markfun stuff?

    If I remember u recently posted a thread about a virus infecting ur system, I Highly suspect that these are registry left overs of this virus/ malware( or the software containing this virus).

    I don,t think that FAT32 or NTFS should change anything much in the proper functioning of a software.
     
  7. Dogbiscuit

    Dogbiscuit Guest

    I'm sorry, but I could not understand you in your orignial post. I hope others here can help you out (if you still need help).
     
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