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Hi,

I have a non-booting hard drive with Win XP home and Microsoft outlook on it. If I install it as a slave drive in a running pc, is it possible to retrieve the contact list from Outlook?

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Yes you should be able to follow this guide to get your information.

http://www.ehow.com/how_8217174_recover-contact-list-outlook.html
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