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Never used vista dont like it it came on this machine when i bought it and need XP Outlook etc. anyway i can get free downloads of these and replace vista and if so can i still save the information i have loaded on this machine

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Hello sir..

sure u can save information n everything....!! to be more secure copy all the in formation stored in c:\ or in MY DOCUMENTS to some other drive, b4 changing the operating system..

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