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dwhiteley
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on start up of my pc i got a chioce of which windows 7 to start and i wont to get rid of one also i got some files on one of my hard drive that i want to delete but says i need permision from trustedinstaller

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Use EasyBCD to edit the boot loader to stop one of the windows versions from loading see how herethen Computer to delete the windows folders

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dwhiteley

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i got rid of the extra windows 7 menu on start but no have just the problems with the files on hard drive need to delette them but says cant i need permission from trusted indtaller

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lotvic

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As the answer is quite involved I suggest you google for: need permission from trusted installer to find one that fits your circumstances.

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rdave13

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Try Unlocker. Be careful of the site and scroll down to your appropriate Windows 7 version. I.E. 32-bit or 64-bit. Scrolling down on the page look under Donate then to •Download for Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / Windows 7 - Unlocker is Freeware. Select your version of 7 and download. I was a tad impressed and gave a fiver.

Unusual for me.

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