Cant access System32

Cant access System32

   

So, I’m pretty new to Linux, correct me if I get anything wrong. I’m using a live version of Ubuntu booted from a USB drive on a computer that I normally run Windows 10 from. I mounted my Windows partition and tried to open the System32 file, but was faced with a ‘this location could not be displayed’ message, saying it had encountered trouble while getting information for a file named ‘bthci.dll’. It specifies that it’s an input/output error but I can’t discern what could be wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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