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Alan_Marshall@officeformac.com
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      11th Aug 2008
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)
Processor: Intel

I have a new mac and want to transfer all my document files from my pc to the mac.
I have loaded the disc and some of the files are visible but not all, for these I need to have installed windows.
I have set up bootcamp and need to insert the windows disc, I have a Microsoft works windows xp home edition that came with my pc 5 years ago and cannot find out if this is ok to use or not.
I am eing told that i need service pack 2 and cannot upgrade the disc I have on the mac.

Cam somebody please help as Apple have failed
Kind regards
Alan
 
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macbuft@officeformac.com
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      29th Jun 2009

If you use windows xp and your disc is ok, just some of the files are visible, but not all, you can try
<http://www.softsea.com/review/FineRecovery.html>
if is one good choice to find your lost files in your win disc.
 
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