I'm going to install a new cpu and motherboard.
I'm running Windows 7 Pro (upgrade over XP).
After installing the new cpu and mobo can I
just delete all the drivers, boot from the
Windows 7 disc and run the repair function?
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    Yes, probably. In theory, that shouldn't be any different from starting fresh. However, you MUST make a BACKUP. This should work fine, but there are a hundred ways in which it could fail. You don't want to be left without your data because you got overconfident. If the worst happens, you'll want to be able to go back to your old hardware and not lose all your files.
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