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Windows 7: Extra partitions for personal files

29 Nov 2009   #21
pparks1

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It's really no big deal. I'm more than happy to help out where I can.


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01 Dec 2009   #22
ZeshanA

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DaRonRon View Post
thanks for the quick reply. I switched on the guest account right now, logged into it and checked to see if i can see my vista partition.. and i can. That goes against what you said about Guests not being able to see anything.

Anyway i will check out the link you posted when i have some time. thanks for that.

And repped :P
Sorry, that's only for the Users Folders.


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