Favorites are located in:
You can try copying them from a DOS prompt:
Boot from a startup floppy (if you don't have any, you may download one from www.bootdisk.com), and from the A:\ prompt type:
?C:? (no quotes and press enter)
Take out the startup floppy and place a newly formatted floppy in the drive.
COPY WINDOWS\FAVORITES\*.* A: (press enter)
- This will copy the favorites to the floppy.
The above procedure should work IF the HDD is still accessible.
My computer was recently hit by a bad virus. I have to reformat my drive. Before I take out my hard drive to take it to a service to extract my files, I wanted to save all my bookmarks.
Is there a file in the system that holds all the bookmarks. In 'safe mode' all my bookmarks are gone, so I can't write them down. Is there a way to save it to my desktop so it can be backed up with the other data?
Is it possible to find it?