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Help Run as administrator error

Discussion in 'Computer Repair Questions' started by jemuelx2804, Aug 19, 2016.

  1. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

    Bakit pag nag rurun as admin aku ng application mag eerror..dna rin aku maka pag install ng mga aplications..lahat ng my shield sa icon dku ma open
    Windows 8.1 po gamit ku
     
  2. henjie

    henjie Forum Expert Established

    login as admin.
     
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  3. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

    Error po basta may shield sa icon dko po ma open:(
     
  4. henjie

    henjie Forum Expert Established

    check your security privacy's
     
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  5. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

    Error parin po
     
  6. henjie

    henjie Forum Expert Established

    baka na deepfreeze yan
     
  7. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

    Wala po akung deepfreeze eh..ayoko pang ma reformat to.
     
  8. henjie

    henjie Forum Expert Established

    firewall nachek nyo,, bina block nya e.
     
  9. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

    Dku rin ma open yung firewall may shield din
     
  10. henjie

    henjie Forum Expert Established

    yun... ipa public mo nalang iyan.. ask assistance sa may hawak ng pc.
     
  11. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

    Hmn..ok po kala ku marami makakatulong dto sa phc:(
     
  12. henjie

    henjie Forum Expert Established

    hindi ka pa natulungan sa lagay na yan?... tiniis aT nagsikap kaming mag reply sayu ah...

    puro kA angal, mag effort ka din..
     
  13. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

    Thanks nalang po sa effort .
     
  14. d3c2000

    d3c2000 Honorary Poster Established

    1. Copy imageres.dll out of C:\Windows\System32\ to work on it
    2. Open it with Please or Register to view links
    3. Navigate to "Icon Group" 78 and right-click to "Save *.ico resource"
    4. Open the saved (shield) .ico with Please or Register to view links
    5. Ctrl+Q to reduce opacity to -99 (not -100, lest they appear as black boxes)
    6. Repeat for each of the icon sizes except 16x16 (where it comes in handy in context menus)
    7. Save the .ico and exit IcoFX
    8. Back in Resource Hacker, right-click 78, this time clicking "Replace Icon"
    9. Click "Open file with new icon", select your edited shield .ico, and click "Replace"
    10. Save the edited imageres.dll and exit Resource Hacker
    11. Please or Register to view links of the original, System32 imageres.dll, as well as the one found in SysWOW64
    12. Rename them both to imageres_original.dll or similar
    13. Copy your edited imageres.dll to both System32 and SysWOW64
    14. Please or Register to view links, and behold, your shortcuts are shield free!


    EDIT:
    Windows update 1151 reset my imageres.dll file. This time around I decided to save a copy of the edited icons so I don't have start all over again from the beginning next time there's a major update.

    I also decided to use this method to remove the arrows that appear over shortcuts (instead of using Winaero Tweaker as I did last time). For those, you can replace icon 163.

    So, here are my edited copies of the shield and arrow .ico files for you to use if you'd like to skip steps 3-7: Please or Register to view links


    Sir minsan po kailangan natin maging resourceful, sometime we succeeded and learned something new out of frustrations.
     
  15. jemuelx2804

    jemuelx2804 Addict Established

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