How do I keep read only attabute off

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lexd

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I've tried everything to turn my read only attribute off on all my files

I understand my "desktop.ini" files control this feature in Windows 7

What should be in this " desktop.ini" file

mine has

[.ShellClassInfo]
[email protected]%systemroot%\system32\MCTRes.dll,-150225

is this correct

some one may suggest something else to look at

When I brought the computer I had viruses all over the pace and recovered it only by luck
now I have installed everything can I reload windows via the internet to cure the problem

I'm trying to make a IIS HTTP server and I need to get around the problem to get the server to work

best regards
J Lex Dean
 

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Is there a COA sticker on the computer? If so, can you still read the 25-character Windows Product Key (do not post the key here)? If so, what is the exact Windows version specified on the COA?
 

TerryNet

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how can that help my problem please
I took the fragment "can I reload windows via the internet to cure the problem" to be the question "Can genuine Windows 7 installation media be obtained via the internet?". If it was not meant as that question then please ignore my post # 2. Otherwise, your answers to my questions could help me answer your question.
 

lexd

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I have reinstalled windows from the CD
Its not changed a thing to windows at all.
 

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what version of 7 is this? where did you get the install disk from? you say you bought it with viruses?
 
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