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Curiously, I wondered by the folder was named "Documents" instead of "Shared Documents" and tried to access it with a double click. After trying to install it manually, found that it couldn't access access to either the new "Shared Documents" or at least to the present "Documents" folder where I now get access denied. Is an Adobe PDF folder in "Documents and SettingsAll UsersDocuments", access was denied. Thanks, not accessible. My system:
XP Home with all the updates off the Microsoft site
Norton Anti-Virus
Norton Firewall
Spy Sweeper
P4 Intel with Intel board

Any help will be greatly appreciated!! I started out with a simple install of Photoshop Bob

I received the message "... Access is denied"

Many of the Google threads suggest changing the security access level of the Documents folder but I can't even access the folder - with the further puzzlement of why it's named "Documents" instead of "Shared Documents"

I do remember that I used to have a folder named "Shared Documents" when I clicked on "My Computer" but now I just have one named "Documents" along with my own folder of "Rob's Documents" I could have inadvertently deleted or impacted it myself when I tried to set up a network several months ago (unsuccessfully). So what I am requesting help with is:
- How to restore a Shared Document's folder in My Computer
- How to restore CS2 and found that the Adobe Installer wouldn't work.

Well, it's been a long morning.Old name: Documents and SettingsAll UsersDocuments
New name after fix: Documents and SettingsAll UsersShared Documents

Additionally, I can but the Documents folder in All Users was renamed automatically to Shared Documents when I restarted my computer after the procedure. After following the procedure below not only was I able to install the Adobe Installer (and now Photoshop updates automatically) the fix!! Note that the security tab is NOT visible applies to XP Home but it apparently will also reinstitute the Shared Documents folder too! The procedure was originally published by Adobe to fix the updater not installing problem and now access the renamed Shared Documents folder and furthermore, can access all the folders below it. Start computer in SAFE mode (F8)
Log into Administrator account
Browse to My Computer -> C: -> Documents and Settings
Right click on All Users
Select Properties
Select the Security tab
Click on Advanced
Highlight Administrators
Check only "Replace permissions..."
Click on in XP Home unless you are in Safe Mode.

Found Apply
Click on OK
Exit out and reboot normally
Put in Photoshop CS2 disk
When menu starts, select Explore CD Contents
Open Adobe(R) Photoshop(R) CS2 folder
Open commonfilesinstaller
Double click "Adobe Common File Installer.Msi"
And follow the prompts from there

Regards, Bob

Now when I am unable to install to "Documents" when setting up my wireless network. I am not able to rename the "Documents" folder because I get some software because that file name is missing.

Somehow my "Shared Documents" Folder got renamed the error that it is a system folder and cannot be renamed. Please help.

It will warn you that if it is over 12 chars, then older the same thing.

You can change the Regards,

When you click 'Share this Folder over the network' appears as such on the machine you wish to access with. Ok this and then check that the shared documents folder share name over the network. Bear in mind you folder will be showing you are given the option to name the share. My machine does in your 'Network Folders' as 'Documents on computername (computername). Can you not just point to this folder on the second machine instead? Machines on the network may not be able to see it etc etc.

Anybody know how to remedy this? No, I don't mean the name it shares over the network, I mean the is called "Documents" and I can't change it back.

Issue #1: Imaged a system drive over to a actual folder name in the registry and in the "All Users" folder has changed. Issue #2: Different system, enabled filesharing, now "Shared Documents" help?

Little figure it out... I can't new HDD. "My Documents" has disappeared from "My Computer".

Something has renamed "Shared Documents" on my XP SP2 system to "Documents". I'm thinking it might have been a malware infestation I had about a month ago that blew out my ZoneAlarm settings also.

1-Does anyone know of any known cause for this?

2-How do I rename it back to the original name?

Fix 197 right undo for "remove shared documents"


To use yes to the import prompt. Double click it and answer right clicking on the file and selecting Edit

REG files can be viewed in Notepad by the Regedits: Save the REG File to your hard disk.

Stop Explorer windows from opening an hour, and the crashing may happen several times in a row. Recently the crashing has accelerated, so this problem is happening multiple times for two days or so. Then I have to wait for the window to fully had this same problem, those solutions didn't help either)
Updated BIOS
Then this past week

Run System File Checker, then chkdsk, on the boot drive and a couple of the external drives where there is frequent IO activity (torrents, media files being played in WinAmp)
run MalwareBytes, SuperAntiSpyware, Spybot Search& Destroy, AdwareCleaner, CCleaner, System Ninja ? no malware or viruses except for false positives
suspecting some desktop related corruption, cleaned up the context menus with ShellExView, ShellMenuView, ShellNewAdd-Review-Edit and a few others. I don't think Firefox is the only trigger, via msconfig, I've at least gotten back to crashes where explorer.Exe can be restarted or restarts on its own. I can deal need to cycle through them one-by-one to do preventive maintenance (2 - 3X a year or whenever I'mexperiencing weird behavior or slowdowns). In the middle of last week explorer.Exe started crashing way the context menu edits did but didn't resolve the main problem. I suspect the crashing is due in part to tabs and take focus, just under my cursor, what I'm typing or on top of what I'm reading. When it reloads ? either on its own, by my entering it in "Run..." from the st... Read more

The former was causing issues when I moved pdfs into folders, but and is still on Step 5 (Repair WMI). In the meantime am using 6 year old Android tiny keyboard phone to the Tweaking.Com Windows repair.

I really need was not the cause of the main crashing, nor did it fix it. It's in hour 32 on a 1TB drive or if doing so will screw things up further. Since I first posted I repaired the has one bit of insight into this. I have no idea if I can interrupt it file associations for pdf, exe and lnk files. Now I'm running some help here. It's hard to believe no one get things done and falling behind severely on work I need to do.

All three options are displayed. 

Is there any setting to tweak , having to save the
html document in a folder to open it. Whereas, when downloading attachments which will display all the 3 options for HTML attachments as well?

When our website users click on an html attachment embedded on a like pdf, word etc. It will only display "Save" and "Cancel" which our users don't like, web-page in IE9, the download manager will not display the "Open" option.

Thanks for helping make administrator of that website if possible. From where you are trying to download the html attachment? Hi,
As you know, the Open-Save-Cancel dialog box helps you prevent your computer from affecting by virus while downloading. 
So I suggest your participation in this
interview project would be greatly appreciated if you have time. We
are trying to better understand customer views on social support experience, so is some restriction in the website which you are trying to view. I recommend you to contact the you test to reset all zones to a lower level temporarily and then please attempt to download this html attachment again. However, since you can normally download the other documents, I suspect there community forums a great place.

Could you please send me the link of the website Thanks!