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New install of Windows in the same directory.

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I've re-installed Windows in the same directory as it was. So now my quastion is:
all the progs theoretically don't really care about new windows.. don't they? So is it possible to recover them? For example Office? or others?...I still have the "old" users in Documents and settings Folder. Can I somehow somewhere in the registry change new users to the old ones? Please help...

Edited by Seanny, 06 May 2005 - 02:31 PM.

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