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I've accidentally copied and replaced a new version of a file with the old version. Is there a way to access the new version? Please say yes!!
Sorry, but the answer is maybe. If you have AutoSave, AutoRecover, or Always Backup on there may be a backup, an autosave or a possibility of recovery. Follow these instructions from Microsoft:
If you have Windows Vista you maybe able to recover the old version from shadow storage. See http://www.howtogeek.com/howto.....ows-vista/
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