I am running Windows Vista 64x and the C drive is almost completely full. I was trying to remove folders to free up space on it and have a folder named BACKUP. It is currently titled in blue, along with the subfolders. There is about 11G being used in this folder. I have browsed through the forums and have found a lot of good information that seems to have worked for a lot of people, but every time I've tried to follow the same procedures, I keep coming up short. The last forum topic I followed the guidance on was at "topic85514" here. After going through all the steps listed there, I again attempted to delete the folder but I keep getting a warning box that says, "You need permission to perform this action." And that the destination folder access is denied. I don't know what else to do with this, or how I can get the appropriate permission for this. To go along with this, I do have access to the "hidden" Vista administrator account as well, and have made sure that the admin profile has full control over the folder, sub-folders, and all items contained therein. Any help with this would be immensely appreciated. Thanks.