Yes I have and I have tried to remove it through the admin option but it says the file cannot be deleted or renamed.
I really dont understand what you are saying here. Could you please ellaborate.
WARNING: Registry Hacking up ahead. I have done this exact thing myself without problems. But, it is still registry hacking, and therefore somewhat risky.
Also do this:
Right-Click "My Computer">Click Properties, then see who the computer is registered to. Highlight, and copy the name.
Then, after you have seen who it is registered to, do this:
Click Start>Click Run..., and type the following:
Then, when regedit opens up, type ctrl-f
The find window will pop up. In the text box, paste in the 'registered to' name.
Search through the whole registry, to find all of the entries with that name,and replace that with yours.