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Old March 7th 06, 11:52 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
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Jim
I know where xp holds the files for the address book but where is the data
stored for the address book. Every time I suffer a system crash, I lose my
address book and would at least try to make a knowledgeable attempt to
recover the data contained for the address book so as to not have to
continually rebuild it each time.

What is the path to the actual data for the address book?
Is it hidden in a hidden folder? Just where is it?

Please reply to me directly instead of the grouped or at least cc me with
the reply.

Thanks,

Jim


 




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