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accepted Windows XP Lost Permission to Save or Delete Files Most of the Time
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revised Windows XP Lost Permission to Save or Delete Files Most of the Time
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revised Windows XP Lost Permission to Save or Delete Files Most of the Time
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comment Windows XP Lost Permission to Save or Delete Files Most of the Time
Why not just post that as an answer? Unfortunately, I just finished trying several restore points. I went back as far as I could (Jan 17), but it still has the same problem.
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revised Windows XP Lost Permission to Save or Delete Files Most of the Time
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comment Windows XP Lost Permission to Save or Delete Files Most of the Time
@avirk i.imgur.com/soKm3.png The two files are in the lower left corner. One is the first doc it tried to save. 0 bytes. The other is a Word temp file, ~10kb.
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comment Upgrading to 64-bit hardware underneath 32-bit operating system
In my case, it did boot right back up. For the benefit of others reading this: I moved up to an Athlon II X2. The new 8G ram was recognized. All drives worked. However, It didn't recognize the network port, so there may be other underlying problems I haven't found yet.
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comment Upgrading to 64-bit hardware underneath 32-bit operating system
@AndrejaKo Ubuntu 10.04. I've edited the question to reflect that as well.
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