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Problem with Windows XP

I had both Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional loaded on my desktop. I was running XP Professional and I kept getting a message that my software wasn't legal. I loaded the XP upgrade CD and then I started running under XP Home. Now I can't see my emails that are on the XP Professional side, and some of my software isn't loaded on this side, and I get a message that I have a duplicate name on the network. How can I get everything on one side with all my emails and programs combined?

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As you installed another windows into your computer, you will need to install all the software again, and the emails need to be imported from the old location to the new location.


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