This was a frustrating error that I found numerous possible fixes to on-line on various forums which involved installing the latest nightly builds and completely flushing out my drivers and rebuilding them. None of this worked, which led to hours of frustration. Finally, I tried a very old fix that I used to use for Sound Blaster (dating myself here…) back in the 90’s to get the games Doom or DukeNukem to load properly.
This fix will require you to know a little bit about CMOS and BIOS and is designed to fix the HDMI on the video card from over-riding the onboard sound.
1. Boot up into your BIOS – This is usually the F1 / DEL / F2 Key on first starting the computer.
2. Locate the Advanced tab for your PCI card settings, you are looking for the Interrupt settings which will be a list of features with assigned “IRQ”‘s next to them. Every system has these.
3. Locate the HDMI Sound Interrupt – Regardless of the value for the IRQ, set it to disabled.
4. Once its disabled, Save the changes to BIOS and reboot. Once the system starts you should have your On-Board sound again.
The issue is occurring because it appears that the HDMI on the video card is grabbing the interrupt for the on-board sound system and overriding it on every start up. I have tested this on Windows 10 and Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04 and 18.04 for Nvidia brand cards. Once the above change was made everything works well.
You do not have permission to delete a file or folder in Windows 10
You attempt to delete a file or folder on a Windows 10 drive and receive a permission denied error or that you must get permission from another user in order to delete that file. Changing the permissions through the Advanced tab on security has no effect.
- Right Click on the folder and Select Properties, then click the “Security Tab” followed by “Advanced“
- Change the Owner at the top of the Advanced Window to your Windows User Account located at C:\Users
- Check “Replace Owner on Subcontainers and objects”
- Click Apply, and then click OK two more times and exit the properties window.
- Once its applied, go back into properties again, “Security Tab” followed by “Advanced”
- Check the box at the bottom of the Window that says, “Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object”.
- Click Apply again.
- Click OK two more times and exit the properties window.
You should now have access, this problem can occur from a variety of sources. One example is when another user on the system creates a directory or file and places restrictions on that file or directory. Only the security ID that it was created with can access that information unless a user with Administrative authority takes over that file or directory. Another example is when a user re-installs the Windows operating system or attempts to copy old data from a former Windows install to a new hard drive. Again, since windows is now a new installation, the security ID information will no longer match and the error will occur.
This error seems to be specific to Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. It may occur in Windows Vista as well since that was the first version of Windows to have User Account Control (UAC) enabled in the file system.