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Restoring Windows XP

by hesse4444 / September 15, 2008 8:25 PM PDT

My pc which is only 3 years old started crashing and I restored it twice. On each restore I was given the option to make back of disks of my operating system which I did once. After each disk was full I was prompted to take the disk out and put in another blank disk which I did. However, as I removed each disk I numbered them 1-7, but actually they should be number 7-1. I know this because I actually had to take it to the Geek Squad at Direct Buy because my hard drive was bad and they told me they could not load my disks that I had made until they discovered I had the disks numbered in the wrong order. Just thought this piece of information might help someone else.

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