troubleshooting Question

force ownership of files so they can be copied/moved to another drive?

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jfhollowayFlag for United States of America asked on
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I am trying to copying some files but, I am getting access denied. I have tried to take ownership of the files through the advanced ownership option but, I still get access denied. I there a way to force ownership so they can be copied/moved to another drive? The PC is running Windows 7.
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