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Old 10-17-2004, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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my pc crashed and i had to reinstall windows due to networking components becoming corrupt but now ive got 2 problems,

1. i cannot access my old "my documents" folder on my pc as it was private and now the user account dont exist, is there anyway i can get into it?

2. ive enable lba support again for my 250gb hard drive but now how do i restore the partitions on the part of the drive it wouldent reconise b4 without losing the data on them?

thanks in advance for ur help!

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