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  2. Taking ownership of files or folders in Windows is not simple. Both the GUI and command line take too many steps. Why not add a simple context menu command that lets you take ownership of any file or folder? You can add a “Take Ownership” command to your context menu by editing the Registry manually in two locations—one for files and the second for folders. You can also just download our one-step Registry hacks to make those changes for you. In Windows, a user that has ownership of a file or folder has implicit rights to change permissions on that object. That user is also always allowed to access the file or folder—even when other permissions seemingly contradict that access. Sometimes, you might run into a situation where you need to take over the ownership of a file or folder. you can edit that file replace it delte it Whatever the reason, you can take ownership by using the various permissions dialog boxes in Windows or by using the Command Prompt. But both methods require that you complete several steps. With a few edits to the Registry, though, you can add a simple “Take Ownership” command to the File Explorer context menu that lets you take ownership in one step. We’re going to show you the manual method for making those changes to the Registry, but we also have a one-step hack you can use to install those changes without the hassle. Note: The technique in this article works in most versions of Windows—from Vista on up through 7, 8, and 10. Add “Take Ownership” by Editing the Registry Manually To add a “Take Ownership” command to the context menu in any version of Windows, you just need to make some changes in the Windows Registry. It’s a fair list of changes, and you’ll be working in two separate Registry locations. But take your time, follow the steps, and you’ll get there. And if you’d rather not make the changes yourself, you can skip ahead and just download our one-step hacks. We would recommend at least skimming this section, though, so you understand the changes getting made. Open the Registry Editor by hitting Start and typing “regedit.” Press Enter to open Registry Editor and give it permission to make changes to your PC. You’re going to make the same set of changes in two locations in the Registry. The first location adds the “Take Ownership” to the context menu for files of any type and the second location adds the command to the context menu for folders. Add the “Take Ownership” Command to the Context Menu for Files In the Registry Editor, use the left sidebar to navigate to the following key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell Next, you’ll create a new key inside the shell key. Right-click the shell key and choose New > Key. Name the new key “runas.” If you already see a runas key inside the shell key, you can skip this step. Next, you’re going to change the (Default) value inside the runas key. With the runas key selected, double-click the (Default) value to open its properties window. In the properties window, type “Take Ownership” into the “Value data” box and then click “OK.” The value you type here will become the command you see on your context menu, so feel free to change this to whatever you want. Next, you’re going to create a new value inside the runas key. Right-click the runas key and choose New > String Value. Name the new value “NoWorkingDirectory.” Now, you’re going to create a new key inside the runas key. Right-click the runas key and choose New > Key. Name the new key “command.” With the new command key selected, double-click the (Default)value in the right pane to open it’s properties window. In the “Value data” box, type (or copy and paste) the following text and then click “OK.” cmd.exe /c takeown /f \"%1\" && icacls \"%1\" /grant administrators:F Now, you need to create a new value inside the command key. Right-click the command key and choose New > String Value. Name the new value “IsolatedCommand” and then double-click it to open its properties window. In the “Value data” box, type (or copy and paste) the following text and then click “OK.” Note that this is the same command we just added to the (Default) value. cmd.exe /c takeown /f \"%1\" && icacls \"%1\" /grant administrators:F And that adds the “Take Ownership” command to the context menu for files. Let’s move on to the changes you need to make to get the command onto the menu for folders. Add the “Take Ownership” Command to the Context Menu for Folders To add the “Take Ownership” command folders, you’re going to make essentially the same changes you just made in the previous section, but to a different location in the Registry. In Registry Editor, use the left sidebar to navigate to the following key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell Next, you’ll create a new key inside the shell key. Right-click the shell key and choose New > Key. Name the new key “runas.” If you already see a runas key inside the shell key, you can skip this step. Next, you’re going to change the (Default) value inside the runas key. With the runas key selected, double-click the (Default) value to open its properties window. In the properties window, type “Take Ownership” into the “Value data” box and then click “OK.” The value you type here will become the command you see on your context menu, so feel free to change this to whatever you want. Next, you’re going to create a new value inside the runas key. Right-click the runas key and choose New > String Value. Name the new value “NoWorkingDirectory.” Now, you’re going to create a new key inside the runas key. Right-click the runas key and choose New > Key. Name the new key “command.” With the new command key selected, double-click the (Default)value in the right pane to open it’s properties window. In the “Value data” box, type (or copy and paste) the following text and then click “OK.” cmd.exe /c takeown /f \"%1\" /r /d y && icacls \"%1\" /grant administrators:F /t Now, you need to create a new value inside the command key. Right-click the command key and choose New > String Value. Name the new value “IsolatedCommand” and then double-click it to open its properties window. In the “Value data” box, type (or copy and paste) the following text and then click “OK.” Note that this is the same command we just added to the (Default) value. cmd.exe /c takeown /f \"%1\" /r /d y && icacls \"%1\" /grant administrators:F /t And you’re finally done. You can close Registry Editor. These changes should take place immediately, so test it out by right-clicking any file or folder and making sure you see the “Take Ownership” command. If you want to reverse the changes at any time, just head back into the Registry and delete the runas keys you created in both locations. This will also delete everything you created inside. If you already had runas keys in those locations—for example, you’ve applied other hacks—just delete the command keys you made instead.
  3. did you enabled dev mode ? in windows settings>updates>u will find it there enable it
  4. these dude is crazy
  5. Working perfectly (also language i use french one) thanks tried on 15063 16193 100% working good repack good work from toxic mkdev
  6. -GAME INFO- Title: DiRT 4 Genre: Racing Developer: Codemasters Publisher: Codemasters Release Date: 9 June 2017 Changes - Rain effect on the car windscreen (which is observed using the head camera) will no longer stop functioning when proceeding into a heavy rain event after completing specific weather stages. - Grade E car parts should no longer cause a crash. - Fixes to Flavour of the Week Trophy/Achievement - Incorrect rep earned in multiplayer due to an issue with host migration is now addressed. - Leaderboard improvements when they are heavily populated or finding your own times. - Tuning differentials now functions correctly. - Corrected unlock conditions in the “What’s This” dialogues in Career. - PC Only - Terminally damaging your vehicle and then changing Windows focus should no longer hang. - PC Only – Fixed issues with resizing or de-focusing the game window. - PC Only – R9 graphics cards crash when competing in rainy conditions is now resolved. - PC Only – Switching from Ultra to High graphics mid-stage will no longer cause an issue with the stage shadowing. DOWNLOAD https://openload.co/f/16oAnZU_ZFw/DiRT.4.Update.v1.04-BAT.rar http://uptobox.com/z0ki9n363dp2 https://1fichier.com/?bxfc4wjzyg
  7. did u installed vc in the corepacks folder try getting the directx from the game and install it again
  8. u lauched it as a admin ? did u tried to re-install game as a admin with disable Av what graphic card u have what edition of windows u have ?. what processor do u have ? try another hard drive clean pc with ccleaner repair registery try scanning hard drives for issues
  9. the dude is the one crack man everything gonna get destroyed i swear next one is prey 1.04 and tekken again with a new update and sniper t'ill they remouve denuvo they will be saved from him
  10. try sandox run it from it disable av make sure u have no hard drive issues in where u installed game
  11. Companies have been crippled by global cyberattack, the second major ransomware crime in two months. We answer the key questions Many organizations in Europe and the US have been crippled by a ransomware attack known as “Petya”. The malicious software has spread through large firms including the advertiser WPP, food company Mondelez, legal firm DLA Piper and Danish shipping and transport firm Maersk, leading to PCs and data being locked up and held for ransom. It’s the second major global ransomware attack in the past two months. In early May, Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) was among the organizations infected by WannaCry, which used a vulnerability first revealed to the public as part of a leaked stash of NSA-related documents released online in April by a hacker group calling itself the Shadow Brokers. The WannaCry or WannaCrypt ransomware attack affected more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries, with the NHS, Spanish phone company Telefónica and German state railways among those hardest hit. Like WannaCry, “Petya” spreads rapidly through networks that use Microsoft Windows, but what is it, why is it happening and how can it be stopped? What is ransomware? Ransomware is a type of malware that blocks access to a computer or its data and demands money to release it. How does it work? When a computer is infected, the ransomware encrypts important documents and files and then demands a ransom, typically in Bitcoin, for a digital key needed to unlock the files. If victims don’t have a recent back-up of the files they must either pay the ransom or face losing all of their files. How does the “Petya” ransomware work? The ransomware takes over computers and demands $300, paid in Bitcoin. The malicious software spreads rapidly across an organization once a computer is infected using the EternalBlue vulnerability in Microsoft Windows (Microsoft has released a patch, but not everyone will have installed it) or through two Windows administrative tools. The malware tries one option and if it doesn’t work, it tries the next one. “It has a better mechanism for spreading itself than WannaCry,” said Ryan Kalember, of cybersecurity company Proofpoint. Is there any protection? Most major antivirus companies now claim that their software has updated to actively detect and protect against “Petya” infections: Symantec products using definitions version 20170627.009 should, for instance, and Kaspersky also says its security software is now capable of spotting the malware. Additionally, keeping Windows up to date – at the very least through installing March’s critical patch defending against the EternalBlue vulnerability – stops one major avenue of infection, and will also protect against future attacks with different payloads. For this particular malware outbreak, another line of defence has been discovered: “Petya” checks for a read-only file, C:\Windows\perfc.dat, and if it finds it, it won’t run the encryption side of the software. But this “vaccine” doesn’t actually prevent infection, and the malware will still use its foothold on your PC to try to spread to others on the same network. Why is it called “Petya”? Strictly speaking, it is not. The malware appears to share a significant amount of code with an older piece of ransomware that really was called Petya, but in the hours after the outbreak started, security researchers noticed that “the superficial resemblance is only skin deep”. Researchers at Russia’s Kaspersky Lab redubbed the malware NotPetya, and increasingly tongue-in-cheek variants of that name – Petna, Pneytna, and so on – began to spread as a result. On top of that, other researchers who independently spotted the malware gave it other names: Romanian’s Bitdefender called it Goldeneye, for instance.
  12. People expect their anti-virus to protect them from malware and exploits but sometimes, even these products have their own vulnerabilities. Leandro Barragan and Maximiliano Vidal, researchers at network security firm Core Security, have found a number of possible exploits in the Web Management Console for Kaspersky's Anti-virus for Linux File Servers. These vulnerabilities would enable hackers to carry out potentially devastating attacks on enterprises that use the program, such as enabling a remote attack to gain root access to the system. The vector for doing so is Cross-Site Request Forgery as Core Security claims the program has no Anti-CSRF of any form in the interface. This would allow attackers to gain low-level privileges, which can then be elevated to root access. Other vulnerabilities also found were reflected cross-site scripting and a path traversal. Barragan and Vidal found these exploits back in April and promptly contacted Kaspersky Lab. The company has since confirmed all the vulnerabilities reported and has been working in conjunction with Core Security to fix the issues. Patch 13738 which includes the fix was pushed out earlier this month on June 14 and can also be grabbed from Kaspersky's website.
  13. AMD promised to start shipping its new generation of video cards in late June, and now here we are with Radeon Vega Frontier Edition cards in our virtual shopping carts. AMD has also filled in a few more technical details on the high-end GPU, and clarified the most important spec: price. The air cooled model is $999, while the liquid cooled version is $1499. As Anandtech points out, it's still a little unclear who this card is for. It seems like AMD is mostly focused on content creators, and the company has even encouraged gamers to wait for the Vega RX series, but AMD is also including dual-mode drivers for the card, so it can easily be flipped from pro applications like CAD and computing tasks over to video game acceleration. This makes the most sense for game and VR developers who need both types of acceleration on a daily basis. It also sounds complicated, and deserves some testing before it’s trusted with a professional workflow. Right now, NewEgg has a pre-order listing for the card that says the release date is June 29th, but that order page is linked to directly by AMD's "available today" announce post. I guess if you're the sort of "Digital Pioneer" AMD is looking for, you'll know exactly what to do.
  14. as a huge fan of these game i'm ready to get it and support them
  15. shi***nevo destroying gaming and then the creators says : oh we want to give you best game experiences lol delte guys denvuo then give it to us

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