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Hello All! :)
I am new here to the forums although I have been visiting the site for a few months now. I have recently confronted a problem, and now I am at a loss of what to do. Sorry in advance for the trouble. I will try to keep it short.

I installed a parallel folder of my windows XP because my old one wouldn't even boot up. Upon doing that I realized that a good reason for my lack of Memory space was because I had already installed two parallel folders of Windows XP. Now my problem is that I want to transfer some files like pictures, music files, etc- but I don't know how. I know the files are still there because i saw them on the Hard Drive C: I tried to drag and drop them into the My Documents file, but that failed. :) Is there any way to do that? Also is there any way to delete those old Windows XP folders so I could possibly free up some space. I saw how to do it for Windows Vista but not for XP.

If you need any other details just let me know, and I look forward to hearing from you. :)
Thanks Again.
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