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Hidden xp that is on hard drive

I have a friends time computer which needs reimaging it didnt come with that manual but they say its hidden on the system

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  • haytcheff Oct 25, 2008

    do you know whereabouts .... because failing that ill need to get a xp disc for reimaging

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Happy to help but did't understand ur problem .plz be elaborate.

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

  • pushpdeep singh
    pushpdeep singh Oct 26, 2008

    if u just install microsoft office there is a program in it called the microsoft office picture manager. and u can do reimagining of ur pictures there. pleasure helping u .

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