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How do you reset Windows XP System Folders so that they warn that these files are for the system?

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2005-09-21 06:53:00
2005-09-21 06:53:00

In the folder you want the warning to be shown again, on the left side is a menu called "System Tasks". The first link under this heading is, "Hide the contents of this drive." Click that link and the warning should reappear.

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