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Topic # 31564 22-Mar-2009 16:26
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via windows recovery console

want to do it so i can back up files to D and then format C with new operating system as C: is inaccessible

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  Reply # 202626 22-Mar-2009 16:55
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nevermind guys, while trying to repair the registry in the recovery console i got the lsass.exe password incorrect please type administrator password, i know im typing the right password but its kicking me in the face anyway. seems to be a problem with no actual solution besides a format.

ill just install a new copy of windows xp on the D: drive as it was empty anyway

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  Reply # 202628 22-Mar-2009 16:57
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hey, where are emails for microsoft outlook stored so i can copy them over to the new windows installation?

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  Reply # 202631 22-Mar-2009 17:09
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either
c:\documents and settings\username\local settings\application data\microsoft\outlook

or

c:\documents and settings\username\application data\microsoft\outlook

you are looking for files with a .pst extension, you may also have a file with a .pab extension for your personal address book.

hope this helps.



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  Reply # 202635 22-Mar-2009 17:48
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thanks man

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