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02 Aug 2009  

Windows 7

I faced exactly the same problem when upgrading my Windows 7 build and did not find any very convenient solution. In case no one else knows about any good solution, a last resort you can use (which WILL work, but is quite the hassle) is to download Ubuntu from the official Ubuntu site and burn it to a CD, boot Ubuntu directly from the CD and then find the files using it and delete them (it seems Ubuntu ignores all permissions on NTFS filesystems).

Yeah it's not the ideal solution, but it does work.
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