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I have a word document that was saved on my flash drive on my desk top (Microsoft Vista 2007). Inserted my flash drive on another computer (Microsoft Windows XP Home Ed version 2002 Service Pack 3 w/Office Word 97-2003). The computer wiped the file off of my flash drive and the recovery file on the computer is in Japanese. How do I recover the file...in English?

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