Restoring Business Contact Manager Database for Outlook 2007

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I am trying to restore a contact database from an old computer. The database was made in Outlook 2007 with Windows 7, and the computer I am trying to restore it on has the same setup. When I try to restore it, I get the following error:

"Cannot restore this database because you are not the owner of the database."

I am the owner and have used the correct password to access it. Can anyone help me, and if not with fixing this error, with alternative means of importing the database into Outlook 2007.

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