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incorrect drive letter for frontpage


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mordakai

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ok well where to begin?? i have recently installed winxp pro. when it installed it said that i would need to manually update some of the programs that i use. So i did this and have had no problems until i got to my outlook, Microsoft office, and frontpage programs. everytime i try to open one of them up it starts he install proccess then says that there isnt enough disc space on drive F:/. now this is where the problem starts. when i upgraded from win98se to win xp pro. my F: drive was the drive that had a partitiion on it with my office and frontpage programs installed. after the upgrade somehow it got switched from F: drive to H: drive. so now my F: drive is for my cd-rom and my H: drive has the partition on it? i have tried to go and figure it all out. But i am at wits end and very close to getting a couple of bricks of fire crackers and a couple of m-80's and putting this machine out of its misery and mine. lol.... if someone can please help me out? it would be greatly appreciated.
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Well people.... I have Greattttttttttttttttttttttttt News!!!!!!!!




















I just Saved A Bunch Of Money By Switching To Geico!!!! lol J/K

I was able to figure out what to do..... hope i didnt take up anyones time.. but thx for those of you who took the time to at least see what my dilemha*
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