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Windows corrupt and driver set

Friends,

My Asus machine just prompted me with 2 problems.
I was using two windows XP on my system. First one was a Japanese Windows XP and the other was a XP professional.
The Japanese OS had all my documents and other personal data stored in MY Documents folder which was Password protected. Now, My Japanese Window is corrupted and I can no longer use it. I dont have its CD so cant repair it as well. Also, the biggest problem of all is that I cant access my documents, including the driver set for ASUS Z91E which was saved in the same password protected MyDocument in Japanese XP.
Is their any possible way to save my data from the other operating system which I can currently use? Also, can any one help me to attain the drivers for ASUS z91?

I will be extremely thankfull for any kind of support.

Asim

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  • salahdin Oct 15, 2007

    Dear,



     



    Thanks for the quick reply.



     



    I can locate my MyDocument folders on my C drive. The problem is that I cant access them because it an error prompts "Access denied". I have two different Administrator accounts for the 2 windows and I know the passwords of both, but the Japanese administrator doesnt sign in on English version.



     



    Hoping for further assistance.




    Asim

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Hi,

Re your queries:
1. "Is their any possible way to save my data from the other operating system which I can currently use?" - possibly

2. Also, can any one help me to attain the drivers for ASUS z91?
Most of the needed drivers for an Asus Z91E are available at the Asus Website > http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=Z91E

Most corrupt files in Windows would not delete your Japanese My Documents. What would probably be gone would be ntldr, hal, various dlls and sys files but most of your .doc would remain intact.  If you can boot using the English Win XP Pro and presuming you have 2 different usernames 1 for the Japanese and another 1 for the XP Pro, then chances are that you can still access the Japanese My Documents. It may not be shown but it should be there under the Japanese username.

Assumng you have administrator privileges, Click on Start, Control Panel, Folder Options, View, tick: Show hidden files & folders, untick hide extensions for known file types, untick hide protected operating system files.

This should expose what were hidden before. Of course it is a different problem altogether if you have the 2 OSes installed on 2 different partitions.

Hope this be of some help. Post back how things turn out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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    Louie Role Oct 16, 2007

    Offhand, what I can suggest is to remove the hd (with 2 windows) and install it as a slave on a second PC. You can try accessing it from there then. Copy the Japanese My Documents to the English My Documents under another folder name.  Since the 2nd PC will be running its own OS, chances are it will not require passwords for the Jpn My Docs.

    Connecting the Jpn/Eng HD to a 2nd PC could be done with an external IDE/SATA to USB adaptor or internally IDE/SATA cable.

    Cheers.

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