I have somehow got a file NAME locked. I got my iTunes locked and managed to delete the files. Now, I cannot reinstall because all the file names are still locked. The install software stops with an access denied error when trying to create iTunes.exe. It is impossible to create "iTunes.exe" anywhere on my computer. I have tried creating a new txt file and then renaming it to "iTunes.exe" as a test and I get the following error: Cannot rename New Text Document: Access is denied. Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use. I have 19GB free space, it's not write protected because I could create the new Text Document.txt, and the files cannot be in use because they don't exist (at least they don't show up in windows explorer). Somewhere in memory, these iTunes files are protected. I am totally stumped on what could be protecting this file name or how to just reset all the protections.