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which files.... if you have "show system files" selected in your folder options in your operating system it still won't let you open them as that is it's way of preventing you from deleting or changing them

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I'm trying to sync my files from my old computer


no you can what you have to use is files and setting transfer wizard in windows xp you can start the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard by clicking Start on the computer running Windows XP, pointing to All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then clickingFiles and Settings Transfer Wizard. (If both computers are running XP, you can start with either one.)
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Under the Gear looking icon located on each window, there will be a delte option. Just click what you would like to delete, click the icon and press delete.

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Did you try reinstalling the drivers and software for it? I have a Seagate FreeAgent drive and once it went to sleep, it did that exact same thing. I kept playing with it, and rebooting the PC and it finally woke up. On the FreeAgent I was able to then tell it never to sleep again.

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