Posted 04 January 2007 - 11:13 AM
Using something like the UBCD or a live Linux distro will allow you to copy the files (and strip the ownership from them).
The access denied error is because you're not using an account with the same security descriptors to access the hard drive (those are included on the old system).
The solution is to take ownership of the files so that you can copy them. The UBCD or Linux will allow you to do this by stripping the ownership. Or, you can take ownership on your system and get to them that way.
Here's a link about Access Denied errors and their "fixes": http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/42756/how-to-fix-an-access-denied-errors/
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