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Comment from: Drew [Visitor]

Thanks, nice write up explaining things and linking to more content.

This solved exactly the problem you mentioned. Not only were those files unopen-able for me but I also suspect they weren't being indexed or included in file search results.

You might want to juice up you key words or whatever it is that makes this page show up in search results. I had to do a bit of digging to find your solution. i.e. I had to find and search the Windows command before you turned up.

Anyway, fixed things for me.

03/21/12 @ 16:28
Comment from: robin [Member]
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@Drew: What did you search for when you didn't find it, compared to what you searched for when you did? That would be very useful in improving the keywords.

I'm happy that it solved your problem. I banged my head against the wall for several hours myself before I figured it out, while I recovered the computer of a relative.

03/21/12 @ 17:11
Comment from: AMD [Visitor]
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I use Permissions Time Machine v1.2 to restore permissions to folder or files or registry keys download it from amyd projects blog

12/01/13 @ 20:06
Comment from: robin [Member]

AMD: Good hint on the Permissions Time Machine app.

01/30/14 @ 10:03
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