The procedure uses the program C:\Windows\System32\Calcs.exe, which you should already have - assuming your hard drive uses NTFS formatting.
What dynarx listed, should have worked for you - if the procedure is going to work at all. Were there any error messages along the way?
You should be able to select and copy to the Clipboard, the 3 lines inside of the Code box, below.
Then paste them into a new Notepad window, and save it to your Desktop as
- Code: Select all
cacls *.* /T /G Everyone:F
Double-click to run it. If Notepad opens, instead of a command routine running in a black window, then the file was saved with a ".txt". extension.
In that case, it must be renamed to have a ".cmd" extension, to run.
If this doesn't work, to let you delete the zip folder, then I'm at a loss.
(P.S. Maybe this little .cmd utility, or something more substantial that is based on it, could be hosted here for downloading.)