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Reinstalling Dragon Naturally Speaking 11.0 post upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7

Posted on 2010-11-17
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 I've reinstalled Dragon 11 Professional and it wants to create a new profile.  I want it to use my old profile, but I don't know what file name/extension to look for nor where to look for it.

   To get Windows 7 to install, I needed to install a new hard drive.  My old "C" drive is in the box, and Windows won't let me look into the old Documents & Settings folders to see if there are files I need there.

   How do I locate my old profiles and get them into the new set-up?
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I stumbled around until I figured it out myself.  Thanks for your help.

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Unfortunately I don't know exactly what I did that worked.
So I'll accept this comment as my solution and be done with it.  Sorry I couldn't be of more help to the community on this one.

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