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I have got a linux(ylmfos) installed in my laptop. 2 days before i just accidentally move the install folder of the linux from 1 disk to other and now the linux is corrupt.Is there any way so that the linux start working again other than reinstallation because i don't have the setup of linux and there are some important programs in it and i don't know how to backup the data and related stuffs.Is there any software which reunite the install folder again and its file or some registery software.
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Why are you asking about a Linux problem in a Windows forum? You would be better off asking a Linux forum dedicated the the version you are using.
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This matter now dealt with here


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