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The automatic windows XP3 update lead to my computer crashes and endless reboot. I had to restore my pc and lost as a result all my file ...

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    data recovery is possible.... the more you had to the computer after a restore or format hinders the recovery of data.



    are you using a legal copy of xp ?



    Robert

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I went to the HP site and dowloaded the recommended program to allow windows XP3 upgrade. yjullie.

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