I have windows XP crashed situation. By mistake I tried to correct it reformatting windowsXP.rsulting loosing all my files.Can any body tell me how to retrieve files*.T1 profiles for Yr 2011from my hard drive C
I hate to give you the bad news my friend. Once you reformat hard drive all the information is gone for good (in fact, you have said goodbye to all the client files saved in ProFile) unless you have a backup of the data files saved on harddrive that can be used to restore client data.
In case you have hard copy backup, you can use this backup to redo all the client files and then save a backup copy
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