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part three of the tweak

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Now to the tweak part three
If You take a look at the System Volume Information folder on Your windows (CMP)hdd, You will see, it has zero size and The folder is empty,
Now, IT'S A LIE ! ! ! It contains about 10 mb of data in restore09765454767--- something like that subfolders. Including copies of the intact registry, btw.
Open this hdd as a seconday one (the way You did when tweaking the registry) and Take posession of the folder:
It is a Yelling folder, and I had to perform it several times, but to take posession You have to make all hidden, protected and system files visible, then reboot and rightclick the System Volume Information Click on Properties
Click on Security tab
Then add the user account on which You want to access the System Volume Information Folder (administrator or Administrator). Now click OK and it is ready to explore.
Delete there everything You can. You will only have a tracking.log there remaining. Perform all You did to dlls, to the last wonderful file, namely ntdetect.com. (be sure to back up ntldr and ntdetect.com before You do this tweak.)
Now reboot into CMP and listen to the music.
The complete tweak sets in 24 hours, make several reboots.

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