XP Home edition recovery

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Phil C., Oct 7, 2003.

  1. Phil C.

    Phil C. Guest

    Health problems give me poor concentration and memory and I've no help
    at hand, so please bear with me.

    With "Non destructive System recovery" a large number of files called
    "My Old disk Structure" are created. Can I just paste or drag program
    files from this into "My programs" etc to avoid reinstalling them and
    get back my settings etc? Or is there more to it than that?

    When I've finished with it, can I just delete "My Old disk Structure"
    completely?

    I would experiment but I've had more problems with this computer in a
    fortnight than with my old Windows 98 one in five years - I'm
    completely worn out.

    Thanks
    --
    Phil C.
    Phil C., Oct 7, 2003
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