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Data corrupted windows vista and office 2007, data at C Drive copy to D Drive when try to open the files message prompt that location of file is not found what to do to solve the problem yes, i've the same problem too. but mine is MK2046GSX 200GB. when i logged on startup repairs or restore point, it's said no driver & no operating system. and i haven't backup my laptop. please help me how to solved it...

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    Matthew Shockey May 11, 2010

    Are you saying that you've moved the operating system files and files for Microsoft Office from the c drive to the d drive?

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How did you do it? I've never heard of a way a customer could copy all his C drive (including Windows) to another drive. I suspect what you've accidently done is to move some some of the important files including the boot.ini. To get this back to normal you'll need to do a Windows system repair or reinstall.

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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF COULD HELP ME WITH THIS PROBLEM: I NEED TO FIND A PRODUCT KEY FOR MICROSOFT OFICCE. COULD YOU HELP ME PLEASE


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2. Right click on Proof.XML file, select "Open With…" in the right click menu.
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5. Change the AlwaysInstalled to neverInstalled so that the line looks like following:
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6. Save the Proof.xml file. In Windows Vista, you may need to take ownership and grant full access permission to yourself before able to modify the file.
7. You can now launch Microsoft Office 2007 application such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and etc without prompting for activation.
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Please advise if this works on you... thanks

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