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Windows 7: Ide folder created on xp - ownership issue on 7

16 Jul 2010   #1

Windows 7 64
Ide folder created on xp - ownership issue on 7


- I have a IDE Hitachi HD, from my old computer that use to run with XP 32.

- Now i have a Windows 7 64 on a Toshiba.

- I'm trying to get the folders from the IDE disk, and i already have changed the ownership authorization,

- But it stills prompting the message that i need Administrator authorization to delete and copy some stuff (most of it); even after i've re-connect it.

There's any alternative method?


(Note: the printscreen its in Portuguese, but says access denied, you need administrator authorization to delete this file)

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16 Jul 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate

Are your login and passwords the same on the windows 7 and xp? if they are different try the XP one or visa versa
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16 Jul 2010   #3

Windows 7 64

Yes they are diferent! i've stoped using the XP hd last year, and i didn't need the files until now.
I don't remember the old password at all.

Any sugestions to get over this?
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