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computer has deleated all all my stuff

my computer has deleated all of its stuff i think i can get it back but i dont understand the error
befor this happen i had been having radom computer restarts
the error is post when i log off and on again

now my computer account when you log in is like another account what has been created like programs where it says where install on all account it has the stuff from thoes programs like steam

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2 things.

In reply to: computer has deleated all all my stuff

1. Don't touch that that hard disk. Put a new one in and install to that.

2. Now add the old hard disk and copy your files out.

a. Look up XP TAKE OWNERSHIP on google.
b. This is CHEAP compared to data recovery fees.

Bob

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help

In reply to: 2 things.

it happen after i had done a registrey clean up with ccleaner
then i whent on garys mod (steam game) and then my computer restarted and bang everything was gone befor i do what you told me to do im am 12 yearsold explain putting an hardrive in ext thanks jeremy

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Let's try simple?

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Let's say your files are still on the machine but you can't find them.

Did you search for them?
Bob

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help

In reply to: Let's try simple?

Windows cannot find the local profile and is logging you on with a temporary profile. Changes you make to this profile will be lost when you log off.
i still have the stuff that was on my Local Disk but the error is up i need help bad thanks

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Now that we can use.

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Boot safe mode and create a NEW user account. See google if you don't know how.

Now use your new account.

If you log into your new account with no errors, type XP TAKE OWNERSHIP to learn about that but your old files are still on the drive (I'll take bets they are!) So now you explore to those and copy them to your new account.

Sorry, no. I know of no way to fix corrupt accounts.
Bob

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?

In reply to: Now that we can use.

so i cant get anything that was on my destop back?

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Hint:

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That would be in the Desktop directory of the old user...

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where?

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i know how to get on to the directory but what folder would the destop be in?

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That directory is called Desktop.

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And it's in the users Documents and Setting.

I don't even think it's hidden, but maybe it is. Then set the folder options (in Control Panel) to show hidden files and folders also. Start with searching for your 'own' folder.

Kees

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thanks

In reply to: That directory is called Desktop.

hey thanks i solved the problem now i click and dragged all the stuff that was on my destop to my destop (= thanks

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(NT) Glad we could help. Thanks for posting back.

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