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If something went wrong in Windows 7

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I had this problems before with XP, it was something that my XP messed up with virus or something similar I had to access my HDD on an other computer (MB).
Now I'm running Windows 7 and I want to secure myself that I will not have those problems I had with XP, it was that I couldn't access some folders as it required admin rights I think...
Now I want to be sure if this happens with W7 that it won't require those things.
Will it? And do I need to change some settings? I log in with a password for W7.
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change the UAC settings.
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Core i7 920 D0 4.11 GHz Asus P6T Sapphire HD 5770 1GB Corsair DDR3 1600 6GB 
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C300 128GB | WD Green 1TB Win 7 Ulimate 64-Bit Samsung 2770H Corsair 650HX 
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CM Sniper Black Edition 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by maximus20895 View Post
change the UAC settings.
I have never ran UAC neither on XP or Windows 7. Can't be this.
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