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Did you copy and paste or use a imaging software? If you copied and pasted, you should do a clean install and copy and paste documents. If you used imaging software, create a new partition and then copy and paste the documents to the os partition. Remember to delete the imaged partition and exetend the os partition to get the space back. It is always better to reinstall programs.
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