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Old 22nd January 2008, 22:32   #16
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1)goto folder options-view-de select "simple file sharing option"
2)now goto the folder where you have copied the data and
right click-properties-security-advanced-owner-change owner to "administrators" and select "replace owner on subcontainers and objects"-apply.it will take some time.

now see if you can access the files.
this makes sense... mabey the files are not encripted but just have an access denied / permission issue.
To confirm this check what color the folders are. ( in explorer )
if they are green then they are indeed encripted. else they are not encripted.
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@NetfreakBombay Thanks for the PM man. I will contact you in a day or two.
@merve_extreme . I tried the method suggested it din't work out. despite everything proceeding as u had told there is still no change.
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Does anyone know a way to recover a crashed HDD where MFT (Master File Table) on an NTFS Partition has gone bad. My 160 Gig HDD went bad (all 4 partitions) just because MFT went bad. Nothing would recover it. Have tried Steller demo & PC Recovery Inspector softwares and it crashes midway while scanning, not even midway recovering. :( {Boohoo....}

I've some highly important documents and lots of family photographs and don't mind paying for the services. Help needed..
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@given2fly try the following link. The relevant option for me was ntfs decrypt. But again as i dont have the private key my efforts ended before they could really begin.
Try if this works out for you.
All the best dude.( I know what it feels to have lost precious moments)
ntfsprogs [www.linux-ntfs.org]


OT As i suggestion i would like to add that keep your pics online in your mail account. I am doing the same nowadays.
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@given2fly try the following link. The relevant option for me was ntfs decrypt. But again as i dont have the private key my efforts ended before they could really begin.
Try if this works out for you.
All the best dude.( I know what it feels to have lost precious moments)
ntfsprogs [www.linux-ntfs.org]


OT As i suggestion i would like to add that keep your pics online in your mail account. I am doing the same nowadays.

or also cut cds/dvds on a regular basis. (never mind if they are duplicate. that ways you are safe if one cd/dvd goes bad )
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