Saving a Software Program During Reinstall of OS

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clayton1953

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Hi All

I'm using a Dell XPS 400, XP SP3, Media Center and am wondering if there is some way to save a program that I have on this machine, when I no longer can find the CD that came with the hardware.

Years back I used to have a flatbed scanner that had a very nice (for me anyhow) scanning program.
Some time ago the scanner quit and I apparently tossed the CD that contained the software. I know I could go online and get the upgraded software, but I am very happy with this version, and as so often happens, the upgrades are not always an improvement.

Anyhow, I need to reinstall my OS, but want to keep the scanning software, if I can. Is there some way that I can do this?

Any help will be appreciated.

The software is PaperPort, I can't recall the version number, but I want to keep this if there is a way to do so.

Thanks.

Mr. C
 

1002richards

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Hi,
If you look at XP's 'Add and Remove' programmes option, it may list the version number there.
Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add or Remove Programs. Don't remove it but see if the version number is shown.
I think the PaperPort website will have a contact us option - they may have links to old versions unless anyone here knows of one.

Hope this helps a bit at least.

Richard
 
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