- UAC is disabled.
- Access is made through accounts with administrator rights.
- No viruses (checked with updated Kaspersky Rescue Disk).
- Scandisk already run with no errors found.
SFC /scannowalready run with no errors found
One physical disk
- A primary partition c: with the OS (Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1)
An extended partition that contains
- Logical drive d: (NTFS)
- Ext4 partition with Ubuntu 11.10
- an Ubuntu SWAP partition
- Logical drive F: (NTFS) with Windows swap file
But it is handled by GRUB.
All things worked painlessly, but a Windows Update I started experiencing some problems. One example to make it clear:
If I go to Start » Run "notepad" , then I type something on notepad and try to save on "C:\filename.txt" I receive the "Out of files" error. I can even create a new directory of which I'm the owner with the same results.
If I go to Start » Run "notepad c:\filename.txt" then the file is created without problems.
Just to complete the scenario, even if I enable the built-in Administrator account and log in, same errors are given.