If the error is about "access denied" you must take ownership of those files. Easy to google.
The term "access priviledges" is unlikely to be correct. If you mean " "access privileges" it's a rather strange message.
It might be the printer needs a 64-bit driver. Did you look for that on the Kodak site?
I have a new computer (HP pavillion p6000 series), as the old one died. I expected it, so backed up to carbonite (also have backup of files on cd). I restored from carbonite and now nothing works right.
I had been using office xp, but loaded office 2007 before restoring. Now, I can't open any of my office documents, it says I don't have "access priviledges". So, I figured I shouldn't have loaded the 2007. So, I uninstalled it and installed XP. It says the same thing.
So, I looked up access priviledges in help. It doesn't say anything about this.
It also tells me that something like, "32 bit printer yada yada" isn't right. It says it will look it up on microsoft, but nothing happens.
Is it carbonite, Kodak, office, microsoft, or HP? Where do I start?