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:tazz: I was having problems with my \config\system file and ended up having to install a new version of Windows XP. It is sitting in C:\WINDOWS2 My old version is in C:\WINDOWS. Where are all my applications? MS Office and many others? I assume the data is on my hard drive somewhere. Is there any way to point my new version of Windows XP to all the apps that are out there somewhere? Seems like a waste of space now if I need to reinstall everything?

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