Deleting "undeletable" files in Vista
I am trying to delete a folder in Windows XP but when I do, it says:
Destination Folder Access Denied You need permission to perform this action.
Is there a way to force delete this folder? I tried right-clicking the folder, and unchecking the Read-only Attributes property, but when I close the folder properties and reopen it, it is still read-only. I verified that in the Security tab, I do have full control so I should be able to delete it.
I tried deleting the individual components of the folder and am left with 3 .dll files. When I try to delete these, they give me the same error. How should I stop and delete these .dll files?