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If you have the old hard drive , hook it up to your computer as a secondary unit and boot up with your new replacement. Then using windows explorer access the secondary drive, retrieve the files you want and either transfer them to an external usb stick or create a directory on your new drive and transfer them there until you can get a fresh copy of your program installed on new drive.
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