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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-07-2013, 10:20 AM
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Then I fall back to this being a permissions issue.

It is possible that having "Authenticated Users" is over-riding some of your permissions ala, writing to ROOT, via it's "Special Permissions".

Try following this guide by MS to resetting NTFS read/write permissions for SYSTEM and Administrators.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/Q315270

If this wasn't done manually by you or another, I highly suspect foul play (viral/malware.)

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Alright guys, we have reached a final Solution/Conclusion!

Following the guide linked by RagingCain, I simply removed the "Authenticated Users" present on her system. I did this by accessing the Advanced Security Settings of Drive C, Editing the "Authenticated Users" and unselecting any boxes checked in the Allow side. Once this was done the Authenticated Users entry was removed. Hitting Apply gave me a warning stating that the Windows folder could not be accessed, but I was given an option to "continue" which I selected.

After rebooting, setting a Custom 2Gb page file to the C drive, and rebooting once more, I am no longer getting the Warning message that previously would pop up.

I want to thank everyone for their support and assistance in resolving this issue; RagingCain, Techie007, and others.

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Alright guys, we have reached a final Solution/Conclusion!

Following the guide linked by RagingCain, I simply removed the "Authenticated Users" present on her system. I did this by accessing the Advanced Security Settings of Drive C, Editing the "Authenticated Users" and unselecting any boxes checked in the Allow side. Once this was done the Authenticated Users entry was removed. Hitting Apply gave me a warning stating that the Windows folder could not be accessed, but I was given an option to "continue" which I selected.

After rebooting, setting a Custom 2Gb page file to the C drive, and rebooting once more, I am no longer getting the Warning message that previously would pop up.

I want to thank everyone for their support and assistance in resolving this issue; RagingCain, Techie07, and others.

Roger that! Enjoy error free city!

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post #24 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-21-2018, 04:37 AM
 
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You have to need scan your system using https://unfitpc.com/pagefile-sys site it will be help you to reduce your error.
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