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Can I keep my windows installation?

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Can I keep my windows installation?
I have an error on one of my hard drives and need to format it. If I was to copy my entire C drive with windows on it exactly as it is onto my other disk, format it and copy it back, will I still be able to get into windows without any problems?

Thanks very much,

Roly
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