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    Junior Member Beth C's Avatar
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    XP Reinstall

    My computer started acting strangely and would not boot. My husband reloaded XP. Now we cannot access the old profiles and files stored under our user names. When I try to view these profiles XP says that the file is not accessible and Access is denied. These files were not shared and the profiles were password protected. Does anyone know how to gain access to these files?

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    Junior Member Beth C's Avatar
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    Please disregard this post. I found the answer to my question under accessing private folders HELP. That will teach me to surf more before just asking my questions! Thanks!!

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    Hello Beth,

    Glad you solved your problem.

    Welcome to TZ.
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    Thanks! This looks like a great site...

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    This is a great site. Stay here and it will become your second home. Then we will become your second family. And are we ever disfunctional!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by petard
    And are we ever disfunctional!!!!

    You are...you dawg!!

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    It's what i've always wanted - a second dysfunctional family!! Thanks for making me feel right at home!

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