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How retrieve backup doc.

My gateway laptop crashed down suddenly. I restore the system with backup. All backup document are under C drive now. But I don't know how to retrieve them. Coould be so kind as let me know? I have lots of documents there. Many thank. C

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All documents are usually saved by default to your "My Documents" folder.

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