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paulad_00

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I recently upgraded my computer to Windows XP from Windows 98 and I emailed my Word documents that I had on my harddrive to myself so that I didn't loose them. However, as I try to open them now, I relized that they saved as .lnk files instead of .doc files. Is there any way I can retrive my documents?
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A .LNK file is the link configuration file that contains all the parameters of the network architecture: number of nuclei (or clusters), link between them and inside them, etc. It is used by the simulator and the visualization tool.


http://filext.com/de...p?extdetail=lnk

I found that. I'm not sure if that'll be any use though :tazz:
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