Hello everyone, I'll get straight to the point. I'm the administrator of my PC and on an occasion I would encounter a permissions error.
Errors usually state that I require administrator privileges to modify/access/delete certain files. My account is an admin, and others are disable. (default admin/guest etc.)
This is a windows 7 Ultimate, now the file I'm attemting to modify is an adobe NPSWF32.dll located in system32. My theory is that adobe doesn't like people modifying their stuff, is that correct? If so, then their installation procedure is very flawed, it encounters a privilege error by its own file.
I'm attempting to install adobe Flash Player 10.1.