Saving Fax Console to reinstall after a full wipe restore


B

Barry

I can't figure out how to post otherwise, so here is a slightly unrelated
item. I plan to use a full Wipe out of an old Dell with many corruptions.
Along with saving some of the my docs folder on other media to reinstall
after the full HD restrore, I want to save the Fax console and related files
to paste-overwrite back into the renewed windows installation. Especially
Fax console is important, since it is a record of all incoming and sent faxes
for the last 5 years of so. Any help?

http://www.jeffreydavidmorris.com said:
Hello all. I was using the NTBackup utility to back up (yeah, backup all on
computer); BUT, when and if I need to restore, from a external backup drive
(that I do not keep plugged into the back of my desktop tower/chassis, but
only solely when I need to add something to the external drive or whatever,
you know) It's 100GB, My tower/chassis's internal drive is: 120GB, and my
thinking is that I can not solely rely on just one back/restore program; I
gotta have two, just in case one doesn't work or (?). Thus, I've copy and
pasted text (below) from a read out copy of my PC ("Belarc"), which of course
I know, only shows what's on a pc and I wanted to share it with you all,
thus, to get a direct, misc point of view opinion, to the point and short as
to Full backup vs Full image. I like how easy NTBackup lay out is, but
recently, maybe because of a sole tweaking program I had (backuped up) didn't
return my pc back to what is was, and of course for more reason's than one, I
know, I 'get' it, reviewing these MS forums. So, I'm here to see what people
can respectfully and kindly share, on aside from doing one backup with
NTBackup utility, I wanna get another backup/restore program, which both will
use seperate file extension's (NT uses .bk?), and yes, maybe I'll have to get
a bigger external hard drive (from 100GB to say 500 GB) I know, I hear you.
But for now, I just need to move in the process of doing something, for home
pc security/safety precautions in the sense you know. I do create sysem
restore point's often, clear the thing's in Internet Options (temp and
history, misc often, and record's of recently access stuff from taskbar -
properties - start menu) you know; I'm atop of this/that, I know, but this
backup/restore issue is something I gotta deal with as well. SO, yeah, I can
do a NTBackup, find out about a either free or little cost backup/restore
program, but full backup vs full image; I, like you all (?), need it restored
(if I need to do that), per backup just as it was before, you know.
Setting's, desktop image background theme, all in control panel setting's,
everything. and for now, yeah, I got a external backup drive which I don't
keep plugged in all that time (because of online hacker's, misc), I use
external like (ie: vacuum, misc, you know, plug in when I need it, unplug
when I'm done; make sense?) We all, more less (user's) have to be able to
rely and trust each other, come on; 6.7 billion can't be that banged up, etc
&^%$#@!, you know, I'm as human as you are. SO, can anyone share anything
helpful, useful, AND, per what I'm saying above, PLEASE, and I do thank you
respectfully, honestly - in advance. Oh, and I mean, backup AND restore of
exact registry, system state, including OS: Windows XP Home Edition Service
Pack 2 (build 2600) EVERYTHING on internal, just saying, no offense. Again,
thank you sincerely, kindly and respectfully in advance. And I know this is a
'single' processor and the number of processes in Task Manager's bottom left
hand corner should only read 16 or 17, but I got/want alot of stuff running
at startup and in the background, but because of slowness, I can't have it
run, but have saved the installation's file's of alot of stuff when I get
upgraded to a whole new pc (quad core, either Intel or AMD; I've done semi
research, it's just the lack of money). I want what I want running, but want
a processor to 'regulate', 'the man', thus, running processes slow down
processor. I do just surf, BUT, need quad core to run what I want.

Computer Profile Summary
Computer Name: Jeffrey_Morris (in WORKGROUP/Home Office)
Profile Date: Sunday, April 26, 2009 15:47:26
"Belarc Advisor" Version: 7.2h
Windows Logon: Compaq_Owner

Operating System:
Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 (build 5.1.2600), version 2002

Though I should have gotten year's ago, and still want XP Pro - (for IIS,
other than other thing's as well on a whole new AMD or Intel Quad Core), with
solely IE6, Windows player 10; I got my own personalized, misc choice of hook
up. I'm the sole user at home (little studio apt, but what as much business,
whatever running, AND it's the speed. I have "Time Warner's" 10 mbps cable
"Arris" modem/phone service (and no cable TV - I don't watch TV much).

System Model (OEM): HP/Compaq Presario 061 ER912AA-ABA, SR1810NX, NA620
0n41411RE101AMETM00
System Serial Number: MXK61610N2
Enclosure Type: Desktop / X86 based

Processor:
1.80 gigahertz AMD Sempron 3200- Processor: x86 Family 15 Model 47 Stepping
2 AuthenticAMD - 1790 Mhz,
256 kilobyte primary memory cache
512 kilobyte secondary memory cache
Hardware Abstraction Layer: Version = "5.1.2600.2180
(xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)"

Main Circuit Board:
Board: MSI AMETHYST-M 1.0
Bus Clock: 200 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 3.48 03/24/2006 , SMBIOS version: 2.4

Memory Modules (drive's C and D):
1216 Megabytes Installed Memory / 1.18 GB Ram
Slot 'A0' has 256 MB
Slot 'A1' has 256 MB
Slot 'A2' has 256 MB
Slot 'A3' has 512 MB

Drives:
1216 Megabytes Installed Memory
120.04 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
90.78 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space
LITE-ON COMBO SOHC-4836K [CD/DVD-ROM E: drive]
SAMSUNG SP1203N [Hard C: drive internal ] (120.06 GB), s/n 0650J1FX408023,
rev TL100-24
Maxtor 3200 Personal Storage (external) F drive (which I believe is a NTFS):
48.8 GB used, 47.5 GB free, total: 93.3 GB, which again, I keep unplugged
from the desktop until I need to backup or add something, whatever; otherwise
it's always unplugged from the desktop, though I keep the power cord plugged
in though.
Don't have a floppy drive.

Total Physical Memory: 1,280.00 MB
Available Physical Memory: 672.55 MB
Total Virtual Memory: 2.00 GB
Available Virtual Memory: 1.96 GB
Page File Space: 2.24 GB

Local Drive Volumes: "Belarc" and My Computer - drive properties read
differently on the used and free amount's (I know; sorry about that) -
C: (NTFS) 112.89 GB/"Belarc" - (20.7 GB/Drive properties) used, 90.64
GB/"Belarc" - (84.4 GB/Drive properties) free, total: (105 GB/Drive
properties)
D: (FAT32) has all the recovery file's, etc and such - 7.16 GB/"Belarc" -
(6.53 GB/Drive properties) used, 141 MB/"Belarc" - (134 MB/Drive properties)
free, total: 6.66 GB
And additionally: My Documents: 9.19 - 9.22 GB, 15, 090 files, 857 folders
From properties of say, all in C: from My Computer: 17.6 - 17.8 GB, 82,771
files, 8,160 folders

Network Drives:
None detected

Users: (starting up with password, per Control Panel's user accounts)
local user accounts
Compaq_Owner (admin)
local system accounts
Administrator never (admin) (unless in Safe mode)

Controllers:
Primary IDE Channel [Controller] (2x)
Secondary IDE Channel [Controller] (2x)
Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller (2x)

Display: ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Series [Display adapter]
BTC LM-1702 [LCD Monitor] (17.1" vis, s/n 53901313, September 2005)
Monitor: 17" "Emprex".

Bus Adapters:
Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller
Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (2x)

Multimedia: Realtek AC'97 Audio - "Cyber Acoustics" external desktop
speakers set, CA2022R

Communications: Agere Systems PCI Soft Modem, 1394 Net Adapter
Realtek RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC (Local Area Connection)
(primary) - Auto IP Address: 76.171.44.205 / 21
Gateway: 76.171.40.1
Dhcp Server: 10.246.72.1
Physical Address: 00:16:17:32:3E:3F

Networking Dns Servers: 66.75.160.63
66.75.160.64

Other Devices: VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller,
GE 98063 EasyCam, Compaq Keyboard - model 5137,
PS/2 Compatible Mouse, USB Root Hub (3x)

Virus Protection
CA Anti-Virus/Spyware, and I have Lavasoft's 'Ad-Aware SE' and 'AE', and
misc other, vast little tool's, scanner's, misc little stuff.

Microsoft Security Hotfixes:
Q886903 - Important
Q888302 - Important
Q890859 - Important
Q893756 - Important
Q896423 - Critical
Q896428 - Moderate
Q898458 - Important
Q899587 - Moderate
Q899591 - Moderate
Q900725 - Important
Q901017 - Important
Q905414 - Moderate
Q905749 - Important
Q908531 - Critical
Q911280 - Important
Q911562 - Critical
Q911564 - Important
Q911927 - Important
Q913580 - Low
Q914388 - Critical
Q914389 - Important
Q917734 - Critical
Q918439 - Critical
Q919007 - Important
Q920213 - Critical
Q920670 - Important
Q920683 - Critical
Q920685 - Moderate
Q921398 - Moderate
Q922616 - Critical
Q922819 - Low
Q923191 - Critical
Q923689 - Critical
Q923694 - Important
Q923980 - Important
Q924191 - Critical
Q924270 - Low
Q926247 - Important
Q926255 - Important
Q929969 - Critical

Installed Microsoft Hotfixes:

.NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2
KB958481 on 04/25/2009
.NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack 2
KB958483 on 04/25/2009
.NET Framework 3.5 SP1
KB958484 on 04/25/2009
.NETFramework
1.1
S867460 on 02/02/2006
Internet Explorer
SP2 (SP2)
MSXML4SP2
Q827429 on 04/25/2009
Q927978 on 04/26/2009
WGA
SP0:
KB892130 on 04/26/2009
Windows Media Format SDK
SP0:
KB891122 on 04/26/2009
KB902344 on 04/26/2009
Windows Media Player 10
KB911565
SP0:
KB911565 on 04/26/2009
Windows Media Player 6.4
KB925398_WMP64
SP0
KB925398_WMP64 on 04/26/2009
Windows XP
SP-1:
KB909520 on 04/26/2009
SP1:
KB923800 on 04/26/2009
SP3:
KB873339 on 02/02/2006
KB883667 on 02/02/2006
KB885250 on 02/02/2006
KB885835 on 02/02/2006
KB885836 on 02/02/2006
KB887472 on 02/02/2006
KB887742 on 02/02/2006
KB888111WXPSP2 on 02/02/2006
KB888113 on 02/02/2006
KB888239 on 02/02/2006
KB890047 on 04/26/2009
KB890175 on 02/02/2006
KB891781 on 02/02/2006
KB892050 on 02/02/2006
KB893066 on 02/02/2006
KB893357 on 02/02/2006
KB893803V2 on 02/02/2006
KB896344 on 04/26/2009
KB896358 on 02/02/2006
KB896422 on 02/02/2006
KB896424 on 02/02/2006
KB898461 on 04/25/2009
KB900930 on 04/26/2009
KB901214 on 02/02/2006
KB902400 on 02/02/2006
KB904706 on 02/02/2006
KB904942 on 04/26/2009
KB905915 on 02/02/2006
KB906569 on 02/02/2006
Windows XP:
KB908519 on 02/02/2006
KB912919 on 02/02/2006
KB914440 on 04/26/2009
KB917422 on 04/26/2009
KB917953 on 04/26/2009
KB923414 on 04/26/2009
KB924441 on 04/26/2009
KB924732 on 04/26/2009
KB925720 on 04/26/2009
KB925876 on 04/26/2009
KB929338 on 04/26/2009
KB931784 on 04/26/2009
KB933062 on 04/26/2009
KB933360 on 04/26/2009
KB938829 on 04/26/2009
KB941693 on 04/26/2009
SP4:
KB942288-V3 on 04/26/2009
KB953838 on 04/26/2009
KB954550-V5 on 04/26/2009
KB958644 on 04/26/2009
KB961118 on 04/26/2009

Software Licenses:
Belarc - Advisor 38b5a838
Hewlett-Packard - HPD MXK61610N2
Microsoft - Interactive Training 03306-OEM-0000007-00000 (Key:
 
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DL

Personally, I've never managed to restore my old fax msg store in three
separate fax apps I've used over the past years

For all data files I keep 3 separate backups on separate media, created with
3 separate backup apps, one of which is bound to work (and has proved to
work), but never any luck with any fax msg store, no matter how its been
backed up.

Barry said:
I can't figure out how to post otherwise, so here is a slightly unrelated
item. I plan to use a full Wipe out of an old Dell with many corruptions.
Along with saving some of the my docs folder on other media to reinstall
after the full HD restrore, I want to save the Fax console and related
files
to paste-overwrite back into the renewed windows installation. Especially
Fax console is important, since it is a record of all incoming and sent
faxes
for the last 5 years of so. Any help?

http://www.jeffreydavidmorris.com said:
Hello all. I was using the NTBackup utility to back up (yeah, backup all
on
computer); BUT, when and if I need to restore, from a external backup
drive
(that I do not keep plugged into the back of my desktop tower/chassis,
but
only solely when I need to add something to the external drive or
whatever,
you know) It's 100GB, My tower/chassis's internal drive is: 120GB, and my
thinking is that I can not solely rely on just one back/restore program;
I
gotta have two, just in case one doesn't work or (?). Thus, I've copy and
pasted text (below) from a read out copy of my PC ("Belarc"), which of
course
I know, only shows what's on a pc and I wanted to share it with you all,
thus, to get a direct, misc point of view opinion, to the point and short
as
to Full backup vs Full image. I like how easy NTBackup lay out is, but
recently, maybe because of a sole tweaking program I had (backuped up)
didn't
return my pc back to what is was, and of course for more reason's than
one, I
know, I 'get' it, reviewing these MS forums. So, I'm here to see what
people
can respectfully and kindly share, on aside from doing one backup with
NTBackup utility, I wanna get another backup/restore program, which both
will
use seperate file extension's (NT uses .bk?), and yes, maybe I'll have to
get
a bigger external hard drive (from 100GB to say 500 GB) I know, I hear
you.
But for now, I just need to move in the process of doing something, for
home
pc security/safety precautions in the sense you know. I do create sysem
restore point's often, clear the thing's in Internet Options (temp and
history, misc often, and record's of recently access stuff from taskbar -
properties - start menu) you know; I'm atop of this/that, I know, but
this
backup/restore issue is something I gotta deal with as well. SO, yeah, I
can
do a NTBackup, find out about a either free or little cost backup/restore
program, but full backup vs full image; I, like you all (?), need it
restored
(if I need to do that), per backup just as it was before, you know.
Setting's, desktop image background theme, all in control panel
setting's,
everything. and for now, yeah, I got a external backup drive which I
don't
keep plugged in all that time (because of online hacker's, misc), I use
external like (ie: vacuum, misc, you know, plug in when I need it, unplug
when I'm done; make sense?) We all, more less (user's) have to be able to
rely and trust each other, come on; 6.7 billion can't be that banged up,
etc
&^%$#@!, you know, I'm as human as you are. SO, can anyone share anything
helpful, useful, AND, per what I'm saying above, PLEASE, and I do thank
you
respectfully, honestly - in advance. Oh, and I mean, backup AND restore
of
exact registry, system state, including OS: Windows XP Home Edition
Service
Pack 2 (build 2600) EVERYTHING on internal, just saying, no offense.
Again,
thank you sincerely, kindly and respectfully in advance. And I know this
is a
'single' processor and the number of processes in Task Manager's bottom
left
hand corner should only read 16 or 17, but I got/want alot of stuff
running
at startup and in the background, but because of slowness, I can't have
it
run, but have saved the installation's file's of alot of stuff when I get
upgraded to a whole new pc (quad core, either Intel or AMD; I've done
semi
research, it's just the lack of money). I want what I want running, but
want
a processor to 'regulate', 'the man', thus, running processes slow down
processor. I do just surf, BUT, need quad core to run what I want.

Computer Profile Summary
Computer Name: Jeffrey_Morris (in WORKGROUP/Home Office)
Profile Date: Sunday, April 26, 2009 15:47:26
"Belarc Advisor" Version: 7.2h
Windows Logon: Compaq_Owner

Operating System:
Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 (build 5.1.2600), version 2002

Though I should have gotten year's ago, and still want XP Pro - (for IIS,
other than other thing's as well on a whole new AMD or Intel Quad Core),
with
solely IE6, Windows player 10; I got my own personalized, misc choice of
hook
up. I'm the sole user at home (little studio apt, but what as much
business,
whatever running, AND it's the speed. I have "Time Warner's" 10 mbps
cable
"Arris" modem/phone service (and no cable TV - I don't watch TV much).

System Model (OEM): HP/Compaq Presario 061 ER912AA-ABA, SR1810NX, NA620
0n41411RE101AMETM00
System Serial Number: MXK61610N2
Enclosure Type: Desktop / X86 based

Processor:
1.80 gigahertz AMD Sempron 3200- Processor: x86 Family 15 Model 47
Stepping
2 AuthenticAMD - 1790 Mhz,
256 kilobyte primary memory cache
512 kilobyte secondary memory cache
Hardware Abstraction Layer: Version = "5.1.2600.2180
(xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)"

Main Circuit Board:
Board: MSI AMETHYST-M 1.0
Bus Clock: 200 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 3.48 03/24/2006 , SMBIOS version: 2.4

Memory Modules (drive's C and D):
1216 Megabytes Installed Memory / 1.18 GB Ram
Slot 'A0' has 256 MB
Slot 'A1' has 256 MB
Slot 'A2' has 256 MB
Slot 'A3' has 512 MB

Drives:
1216 Megabytes Installed Memory
120.04 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
90.78 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space
LITE-ON COMBO SOHC-4836K [CD/DVD-ROM E: drive]
SAMSUNG SP1203N [Hard C: drive internal ] (120.06 GB), s/n
0650J1FX408023,
rev TL100-24
Maxtor 3200 Personal Storage (external) F drive (which I believe is a
NTFS):
48.8 GB used, 47.5 GB free, total: 93.3 GB, which again, I keep unplugged
from the desktop until I need to backup or add something, whatever;
otherwise
it's always unplugged from the desktop, though I keep the power cord
plugged
in though.
Don't have a floppy drive.

Total Physical Memory: 1,280.00 MB
Available Physical Memory: 672.55 MB
Total Virtual Memory: 2.00 GB
Available Virtual Memory: 1.96 GB
Page File Space: 2.24 GB

Local Drive Volumes: "Belarc" and My Computer - drive properties read
differently on the used and free amount's (I know; sorry about that) -
C: (NTFS) 112.89 GB/"Belarc" - (20.7 GB/Drive properties) used, 90.64
GB/"Belarc" - (84.4 GB/Drive properties) free, total: (105 GB/Drive
properties)
D: (FAT32) has all the recovery file's, etc and such - 7.16 GB/"Belarc" -
(6.53 GB/Drive properties) used, 141 MB/"Belarc" - (134 MB/Drive
properties)
free, total: 6.66 GB
And additionally: My Documents: 9.19 - 9.22 GB, 15, 090 files, 857
folders
From properties of say, all in C: from My Computer: 17.6 - 17.8 GB,
82,771
files, 8,160 folders

Network Drives:
None detected

Users: (starting up with password, per Control Panel's user accounts)
local user accounts
Compaq_Owner (admin)
local system accounts
Administrator never (admin) (unless in Safe mode)

Controllers:
Primary IDE Channel [Controller] (2x)
Secondary IDE Channel [Controller] (2x)
Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller (2x)

Display: ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Series [Display adapter]
BTC LM-1702 [LCD Monitor] (17.1" vis, s/n 53901313, September 2005)
Monitor: 17" "Emprex".

Bus Adapters:
Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller
Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller (2x)

Multimedia: Realtek AC'97 Audio - "Cyber Acoustics" external desktop
speakers set, CA2022R

Communications: Agere Systems PCI Soft Modem, 1394 Net Adapter
Realtek RTL8139/810x Family Fast Ethernet NIC (Local Area Connection)
(primary) - Auto IP Address: 76.171.44.205 / 21
Gateway: 76.171.40.1
Dhcp Server: 10.246.72.1
Physical Address: 00:16:17:32:3E:3F

Networking Dns Servers: 66.75.160.63
66.75.160.64

Other Devices: VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller,
GE 98063 EasyCam, Compaq Keyboard - model 5137,
PS/2 Compatible Mouse, USB Root Hub (3x)

Virus Protection
CA Anti-Virus/Spyware, and I have Lavasoft's 'Ad-Aware SE' and 'AE', and
misc other, vast little tool's, scanner's, misc little stuff.

Microsoft Security Hotfixes:
Q886903 - Important
Q888302 - Important
Q890859 - Important
Q893756 - Important
Q896423 - Critical
Q896428 - Moderate
Q898458 - Important
Q899587 - Moderate
Q899591 - Moderate
Q900725 - Important
Q901017 - Important
Q905414 - Moderate
Q905749 - Important
Q908531 - Critical
Q911280 - Important
Q911562 - Critical
Q911564 - Important
Q911927 - Important
Q913580 - Low
Q914388 - Critical
Q914389 - Important
Q917734 - Critical
Q918439 - Critical
Q919007 - Important
Q920213 - Critical
Q920670 - Important
Q920683 - Critical
Q920685 - Moderate
Q921398 - Moderate
Q922616 - Critical
Q922819 - Low
Q923191 - Critical
Q923689 - Critical
Q923694 - Important
Q923980 - Important
Q924191 - Critical
Q924270 - Low
Q926247 - Important
Q926255 - Important
Q929969 - Critical

Installed Microsoft Hotfixes:

.NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2
KB958481 on 04/25/2009
.NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack 2
KB958483 on 04/25/2009
.NET Framework 3.5 SP1
KB958484 on 04/25/2009
.NETFramework
1.1
S867460 on 02/02/2006
Internet Explorer
SP2 (SP2)
MSXML4SP2
Q827429 on 04/25/2009
Q927978 on 04/26/2009
WGA
SP0:
KB892130 on 04/26/2009
Windows Media Format SDK
SP0:
KB891122 on 04/26/2009
KB902344 on 04/26/2009
Windows Media Player 10
KB911565
SP0:
KB911565 on 04/26/2009
Windows Media Player 6.4
KB925398_WMP64
SP0
KB925398_WMP64 on 04/26/2009
Windows XP
SP-1:
KB909520 on 04/26/2009
SP1:
KB923800 on 04/26/2009
SP3:
KB873339 on 02/02/2006
KB883667 on 02/02/2006
KB885250 on 02/02/2006
KB885835 on 02/02/2006
KB885836 on 02/02/2006
KB887472 on 02/02/2006
KB887742 on 02/02/2006
KB888111WXPSP2 on 02/02/2006
KB888113 on 02/02/2006
KB888239 on 02/02/2006
KB890047 on 04/26/2009
KB890175 on 02/02/2006
KB891781 on 02/02/2006
KB892050 on 02/02/2006
KB893066 on 02/02/2006
KB893357 on 02/02/2006
KB893803V2 on 02/02/2006
KB896344 on 04/26/2009
KB896358 on 02/02/2006
KB896422 on 02/02/2006
KB896424 on 02/02/2006
KB898461 on 04/25/2009
KB900930 on 04/26/2009
KB901214 on 02/02/2006
KB902400 on 02/02/2006
KB904706 on 02/02/2006
KB904942 on 04/26/2009
KB905915 on 02/02/2006
KB906569 on 02/02/2006
Windows XP:
KB908519 on 02/02/2006
KB912919 on 02/02/2006
KB914440 on 04/26/2009
KB917422 on 04/26/2009
KB917953 on 04/26/2009
KB923414 on 04/26/2009
KB924441 on 04/26/2009
KB924732 on 04/26/2009
KB925720 on 04/26/2009
KB925876 on 04/26/2009
KB929338 on 04/26/2009
KB931784 on 04/26/2009
KB933062 on 04/26/2009
KB933360 on 04/26/2009
KB938829 on 04/26/2009
KB941693 on 04/26/2009
SP4:
KB942288-V3 on 04/26/2009
KB953838 on 04/26/2009
KB954550-V5 on 04/26/2009
KB958644 on 04/26/2009
KB961118 on 04/26/2009

Software Licenses:
Belarc - Advisor 38b5a838
Hewlett-Packard - HPD MXK61610N2
Microsoft - Interactive Training 03306-OEM-0000007-00000 (Key:
 

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