I found one of my old XP drives, and I want to see what files are on it, copy them off, delete, etc. however when I hook it up via USB/SATA, it shows me the file folders, but when I try to access them, it says "you don't have permission to access this folder." I have gone to the security tab and nothing seems to help me. Options?
As noted, you need to change the file permissions so you can access the files. The process for doing this is described in detail here:
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