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Help!i have reinstalled windows and...

Whn i have reinstalled windows, i thought my computer is empty, but in the disk drive C and D there are my old documents! and all of them work, but there are no programs installed.

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    NickFixYou May 10, 2008

    in disk clean up, what programs i select?

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Goto to start and then programs then go to accessoreis then system tools then disk clean up.




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