There is no error.
On Vista and Windows 7, users can have rights as members of the group
Administrators, but ONLY the user 'Administrator' has fully elevated privileges. By default the user Administrator is disabled (and has no password) the 'Run as Administrator' elevates the chosen operation. On previous versions of the Windows OS, such as XP, user accounts could be actual administrators. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... d29d442ff1
You can activate the true Administrator account by using the Command Window (Run as Administrator) and entering this command"
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net user administrator /active:yes
There are other ways but that is the easiest. If you leave the administrator account active be sure to PW protect it.