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I recently did a Disk Clean up and accidentally removed some windows programs I was wondering if there is any way to restore them?

I tried clicking on Add/Remove Windows Components and restoring the programs that way, it then asks for the Windows XP disc, after that then asks "Some files on Windows XP Professional CD-ROM are needed. Insert Windows XP Professional CD-ROM into the drive selected below, and then click OK. However I don't know what drive to select and have tried each drive and nothing seems to happen, can someone please help?

EDIT: I seemed to of figured it out, no need to worry. Thanks anyway. :whistling:

Edited by Lykathea, 12 March 2007 - 02:09 PM.

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Hi Lykathea...

Thanks for letting us know! Glad you got it sorted out... :whistling:

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