|03 Feb 2013||#1|
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changing the permissions for an entire drive of media
I have a 1.5 tb drive filled with media that i used with linux for a few years. The drive itself is ntfs, but again i used it in a linux based system for xbmc for awhile. I recently moved back to windows and a large number of the files on the drive say i don't have permissions to them and wont let me access them. First it just says I don't have permission would i like to continue and change the permission, but upon selecting continue it says i have been denied permission and need to use the security tab to fix it. Of about 500 files maybe a third on the drive are doing this, is there a way to change the ownership of the drive and everything on it completely so i don't have any access problems?
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