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acronis backup & recovery 10 problem, local hd seems to be password protected

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hi,
i have a notebook with 2 hard drives, one for the system and one for data
i use acronis backup & recovery 10 for creating system immages .
everything worked fine untill i kept using windows 7.
recently i formatted system hd and installed ubuntu.
the problem is that now i want toroll back since i'm a dummy in linux, and i tried to boot acronis boot cd, succesfully.
the problem is that when i try to locate the backup under local folder---> d: (data hd)
it ask me for a password, wich i don't know.
i never set a passwordto the archive, nor i encrypted it. i tried windows 7 pass but didn't work.
what should i do? my backup is in d: togheter with all my installers and iso... now i'm using ubuntu but gives me alot oftrouble!
help!

edit:

d: is visible under ubuntu, with all the files and folder i had before, with ntfs filsystem.
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In Windows, take ownership of the drive and reset the permissions for "Everyone". Also, you could get another hard drive and copy all the files from ubuntu to that drive or use a program such as "Get Data Back" in Windows. The last option will cost you $29 or $39 for the program.
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