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Old 01-05-2005, 08:05 PM   #1
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Exclamation Reinstalling Windows XP after reformat?

Hey guys, for some reason I only have 28GB of free space on my only hdd out of a possible 60GB. I have reinstalled windows XP many times just because of various problems but I never reformatted the drive or anything before I reinstalled... I am wondering if it is possible to reformat the drive with no back up creating and then install windows XP again?? Please help ASAP. Thanx
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Default Re: Reinstalling Windows XP after reformat?

Sure, but you'll lose all your data.
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I know, all I asked is, is it possible, read message thanx
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Uhh... yeah, it's possible...
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