I'm facing a really strange behavior with Windows 7.
After copy a file to the System32 folder, in Windows 7 Ultimate x64, the file becomes a kind of ghost. It can be seen in Windows Explorer, can have its properties inspected, can be copied (successfully) from there to anywhere else, but if I try to open/access this file with any software, including notepad or regsvr32, windows says the file does not exist.
Does anyone have a clue about what is happening? Or have I found a bug in Windows 7?
I've tried using local administrator, running notepad as administrator, giving all file permissions to all users among other things.
I can open any other file in the System32 folder but the one I've copied there.