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> I took my old hard drive and am using it as a storage device through a USP
> connection. When I try to copy my MP3's to Vista I am told I don't have
> access and file in use.
> Any suggestions?
If you hadn't encrypted the data files, you may be facing nothing
more than a simple permissions issue. Have you tried taking ownership
of the old folders?
I gave myself all rights on both the destination and original floder and
files but I still can't copy. I get a message, "you'll need to provide
administrator permission to copy this file."
"Bruce Chambers" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Maj6th wrote:
>> I took my old hard drive and am using it as a storage device through a
>> USP connection. When I try to copy my MP3's to Vista I am told I don't
>> have access and file in use.
>> Any suggestions?
> If you hadn't encrypted the data files, you may be facing nothing more
> than a simple permissions issue. Have you tried taking ownership of the
> old folders?
> HOW TO Take Ownership of a File or Folder in WinXP
> (The article refers to WinXP, but the method remains the same in Vista.)
> Bruce Chambers
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