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sillytits

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Hello, I am new to all this and I hope I am at the right place. I have a Samsung laptop using xp home (Ithink) I have scoured the internet for ways to enter or open my system volume information or maybe to even rename it and I am unable to after following everything to the letter. I am well stuck. The other problem will be finding this again if anyone answers me lol.

Thanks in advance Georgia :o) x
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rshaffer61

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You might want to try Microsoft knowledge base page located HERE on how to do this. Let me know if it helps.
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You said not to pm you but to let you know how I got on. I dindnt know how to let you know other than this. So sorry for this. Im not sure how to use this site yet. I am trying to find my way round. Anyway thanks for your help but none of those worked even from run. Thank you anyways

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Georgia



Are you getting a error message or anything when attempting to do any of the steps?
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