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Boot to Vista, browse and copy files you want (you will need to take ownership of the files) or boot to XP and copy the data to an external USB drive, then boot to Vista and copy it back.
Then you can edit the Boot manager *I like Vista Boot Pro, easy graphic tool) to remove the boot references for XP, then you can delete the XP data at your leasure
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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