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I have gotten fed up with X64 incompatibility problems, and I want to reformat with standard 32-bit Windows XP. However, I loned my WoW disks to a friend so that he could try out the game, and I probly wont be able to get the CD's back from him for at least a week. Is there any way I can copy the game files to the new instalation with out reinstalling the game from the CD's?
 

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well if you copy your registry keys for that game then yes you can
 

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Copy the Program Files, Copy the Registry Keys and dump them all back into your new install of XP.
 

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Originally Posted by J o h n R o g e r s
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Copy the Program Files, Copy the Registry Keys and dump them all back into your new install of XP.

Will all the registry keys be under WoW, or does it stick some in other places? Also, will the keys still transfer even though I am transferring it from a 64-bit kernel to a 32-bit kernel?
 
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