My old desktop computer hasn't had a driver update in years and cannot recognize my mouse or USB wireless adapter. My keyboard which I used on it long ago still works. I'm trying to transfer drivers from my laptop to my desktop using a CD (because my desktop cannot even recognize flash drives and has no internet access <---).
I've backed up my laptop's driver files and put them in a folder on a CD and copied them to my desktop, however when I try to move and replace them into C:/windows/system32/drivers... I get a prompt saying I do not have permission to do so and I may try again (only to fail ofc) skip, or cancel.
I have tried this on all accounts including the built in admin account and I get the same prompt, can someone help?
*Edit* I just realized the action is being stopped by TrustedInstaller...is there a way to bypass this?
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