Permissions across FAT32 and NTFS
I have a machine with two hard drives: master is FAT32 on Windows 2000 and a slave of NTFS with a broken XP Pro install. Long story short, the NTFS drive won't boot anymore (but data seems to be intact) so I set it as a slave and reverted to my old Win 2k drive (now my master).
However, permissions are all screwed up on the XP drive. To view anything on that drive, I must right click and reset the permissions. I get "Access Denied", then I right click and go to Security, it says I don't have permission to view or edit permissions, but I can take ownership. Under Advanced->Owner, it says "Unable to display current owner." I can take ownership on my 2000 account and it is all fine.
However, for one directory it won't let me do this. I get the directory permissions straight, but they don't propegate to the files inside, so I must do those manually. Whenever I right click on a file inside, I get an Exporer.EXE Application Error with an exception and some hex value.
Restarting my machine does nothing.
Is there any way I can get to these files or some program I can use to change the permissions?