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If i reinstall a new operating system will the document be deleted?

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Yes surely all the documents and files will be deleted and you need to backup first before you re-install your new windows.

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

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Bill,

You will lose all information that you added to your computer if you reinstall Windows. You can back up your documents with a USB Flash drive or burn to a cd/dvd before you reinstall Windows.

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