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I don;t see why reinstallign everything is such a big problem. Save your saved game files onto a CD, as well as your documents. Docs should be able to fit on a 128 MB flash drive. The big thing is reinstalling your programs, but i just do that manually. I'm too cheap to buy a program to do everything for me.

BTW I "nuke" my harddrive (do a low level format) every 3 months so it's all nice and clean.
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post #12 of 12
Like others have said use NORTON GOBACK its a great program and has saved my life at points..it really has..its really worth getting hold of.
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