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Profile not accessible

After i load windows xp sp2 i cant access my old profie

it is saying C:\Documents and Settings\farnel is not accessible

what can i do to solve this problem

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Have you tried to take ownership of the profile?.. Check the security settings, is this a new install or did you repair windows installation?

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