Hotshot's problem is that he's using the latest folderguard program and he's unable to enable one of the options that came along with the program. The option which he's refering to is the ability to lock private folders through Window's normal boot-up and safe-mode bootup. In general, when the program is firsted installed, and the user have selected the folder(s) to protect from prying eyes, no one can access that protected folder. However, if someone was able to run windows in safe-mode on the same machine, they are capable to access it because folderguard does not protect files in safe-mode unless the correct option is enabled for both normal boot-up and safe-mode. Understand? So his question is, how can he enable that option?
"I can boot up my computer in another way in emergency like you but people around me could'nt do that but it maybe they can boot my computer up in safe mode and access to all my files."
You have two options in terms of answering his question.
1. You'd actually tell him the truth and the correct way to enable the security or
2. Tell him to ask for assitance at www.winability.com
Again...here's the problem:
"I use folder guard 7.1 to protect my folders and files from other's access,but my problem is taht this program has a feature that can protect files even in safe mode and i do'nt know how i can use this feature.
Please help me to find the way."
And if you have no clue as to what's going, I advise you to either try the trial version or buy one and you'll see.