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Recently my hard drive crashed and I had to do a reinstall on another hard drive, xp has since repaired my old hard drive, but because I used to use a password to gain access to that hard drive in its windows users thing. I cant access any of my old data which is quite useful to me. If windows has repaired the other hard drive, could i disconnect the new one and restart and would the old repaired hard drive kick in and its copy of xp start running? there fore enabling me access to the data or is their away of unlocking while it is running as a slave ? any help appreciated
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