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    is there any way to get files off a hardrive from another computer that was pwed the files are in an admin file and when i click the file it says access denied is there any way i can get those files about 30 gb of music and 40 ish of backed up dvds

    btw the hardrive isnt set up for any working system atm:mad:

    also how do you set up a new hardrive? as a slave
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    i'm not sure about the password, but if you connect the hdd to the system where you are the admin, you can change the permissions of the files and make yourself the owner of them and have full access.

    there's also extreme way to get the info.. mount the hdd in linux. it ignores the permissions so you can get any info needed without much hassle.

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    or if you can get your hands on one of the vista betas they can bypass permissions. It came in handy in getting into my files on windows XP
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    0.0 40 gigs of dvds and 30 gigs of music! i hope there all legal

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    thankyou very much guys, i managed to get the files useing linux as you suggested btw yes it is all leagle the dvd's are backups of my hard copies and the music was purchesed of the internet or backups of hardcopies.... but i had to buy a new os

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    File information is maintained in a directory so your operating system can find it. All that “delete” does is erase the file’s reference information. Your OS can’t find it, but the data is still there. That’s what those “file recovery” programs look for: data in blocks that the directory says aren’t in use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuflo View Post
    i'm not sure about the password, but if you connect the hdd to the system where you are the admin, you can change the permissions of the files and make yourself the owner of them and have full access.
    actually you cannot take any ownership of a file once its created by another user, however you can read, write, edit etc to it with the right permissions but once created by a specific user you cannot take ownership of a file

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