My computer is a ratus bug...

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    Unregistered User Yarin's Avatar
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    My computer is a ratus bug...

    Or so it seems. Every time I edit any of my system files, they are always automaticly restored when I reopen them. Why? And how do I get around that?
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    Thumbs down Try to change your Group Policy

    I guess you try to change your group policy system. Maybe your policy not permit to change system files. So, try once. Command: gpedit.msc.

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    Where in there would I change that? (Already looked, can't find it.)
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    Ah, I found this; thanks anyway.
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    What is a ratus bug...?

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    Shouldn't you by now know better than to post such a thing in C++?
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    Yes, I should, sorry about that.

    Actually, I miss spelled it, it's really the aratus bug.
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