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Can't move "local" folder from User/AppData/

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March 10, 2014 9:12:11 PM

When i try to move the folder to another drive it gives an error that "UsrClass,dat" is in use. I figured out the process named "System" is the one that is using it. Well, as i expected, ending this process caused reboot. Is there a way around that? Can i delete userclass.dat?
Please explain step by step, thank you!

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March 10, 2014 9:44:43 PM

tatarin said:
When i try to move the folder to another drive it gives an error that "UsrClass,dat" is in use. I figured out the process named "System" is the one that is using it. Well, as i expected, ending this process caused reboot. Is there a way around that? Can i delete userclass.dat?
Please explain step by step, thank you!


"System" process is a pretty generic process for pretty much anything that the computer is running on its own, and you should not ever try and end that process, as you will usually blue screen, or reboot. etc.

Also, you can't move folders from that directory if you are logged in as that user. Sometimes, you won't be able to move or copy it until you've rebooted and logged in as another user and move it then.
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March 10, 2014 11:43:46 PM

Is there a way to go around usrClass.dat being used. The way danny2000 recomendet is to tricky, i did something similar before. At the and i had to reisntall windows))
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