I saw that, but I've been running RC and Vista for so long, I think a fresh install is long overdue. Plus my partitions are off from a previous run with Paragon that needed to be cleaned up.
Anyway, what I did was use the Easy Transfer and pull the configurations. It did that quite well....and I did appreciate the report of missing applications, because there were quite a few I'd forgotten were on there. Unfortunately, there seems to be some issue with the way Paragon formats a drive to NTFS...it'll allow you to run the install and everything gets set up, but you are unable to write any files to the drive. Seems to be a known issue, where you're explicitly required to format NTFS using at least Vista's Disk Management? Not cool.
SO now I'm blowing my install away again and reinstalling it. I'm going to look into installing it from the ISO this time rather than the DVD to speed things up and hopefully the license will cooperate and not freak out about being activated again.
OK, I need help, this is pissing me off. RC did not have this issue, or if it did, I got around it somehow.
Windows 7 will not allow me to save any files to the drive. It throws the topic line error over and over, no matter what I do or change. I've done the NTFS reformat so that's not the issue. Any ideas on what I can do here? I can save to another partition, but it's the principle. I'm the administrator, I should be able to save whatever to wherever. Yes, I know I can drag and drop after the fact but that's not practical; I download a lot of files, some of which just need to go to the root.
UPDATE: Nevermind, I just took over the built in Administrator account instead. Problem solved.