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I have accidentally allowed virus to my computer, i have an unpartitioned hard drive. My computer is down. How do i recover my files and how to partition my hard drive?

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Hi,
You can do things to recover your files.
1. You can physically disconnect the hardrive from your computer and connect it to a wrking system and copy all your files to the other system and then reformat your system
2. You can parallel reinstall the windows operating system. follow the following link
http://www.windowsxphome.windowsreinstall.com/installxpcdparallell/indexfullpage.htm

After the reinstall is complete , you need to search for your files , using the search option in windows.

Thanks
Mandeep


PS. The best option is the first option ...risk of data loss in the second procedure is more.

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