anyone know where the hidden folder is that saves eveything on xp

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    Trog Guest

    or was that a load of bollicks
    Trog, May 8, 2005
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    Chris Hope Guest

    Chris Hope, May 8, 2005
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    GJ Guest

    Re: anyone know where the hidden folder is that saves eveything onxp

    If you mean from email the path is generally
    C:\Documents and Settings\%%USERNAME%%\Local Settings\Temp

    Always an interesting place to look.

    GJ


    Trog wrote:
    > or was that a load of bollicks
    GJ, May 8, 2005
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  4. In article <>, says...
    > If you mean from email the path is generally
    > C:\Documents and Settings\%%USERNAME%%\Local Settings\Temp
    >
    > Always an interesting place to look.
    >
    > GJ
    >
    >
    > Trog wrote:
    > > or was that a load of bollicks

    >


    As is
    C:\Documents and Settings\%%USERNAME%%\Local Settings\Application Data\*
    C:\Documents and Settings\%%USERNAME%%\Application Data\*
    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\*

    -Peter
    Peter Huebner, May 9, 2005
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    DoggNZ Guest

    On Mon, 09 May 2005 10:19:05 +1200, Trog <> wrote:

    >or was that a load of bollicks


    Try

    C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Temporary
    InternetFiles\OLKDB

    For some reason that folder doesn't show up in Explorer but if you put
    the address in the address bar, you can get to it. It seems to be
    where attachments in Outlook are saved by default when you open them.
    DoggNZ, May 9, 2005
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    Impossible Guest

    "Trog" <> wrote in message
    news:427e8a08$...
    > or was that a load of bollicks


    System restore data is is saved in a hidden folder called System
    Volume Information. There is one located in the root directory of each
    drive or partition. To access this, you need to uncheck the default
    "hide protected operating system files" option in Explorer | Folder
    Options | View. You may also need to specify user access rights by
    right-clicking the SVI folder and going Properties | Security.
    Impossible, May 9, 2005
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