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ok so recently i had a forced disk check happen and when i restarted my computer it totally blocked me from getting into my admin account on the computer how did this one happen it deleted and replaced a bunch of orphaned files and bad files can anyone answer this weird question

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Re: windows issue

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Not really clear, your post, and not only because you forgot about the basics of writing English (like using capitals, comma's and full stops).

- The forced disk check generally comes after the restart, not before.
- How exactly did the PC block you to enter the admin account.
- What did you then to resolve this issue?
- What exactly was "it" that deleted and replaced the files?
- What do you mean with "orphaned files".
- What were the bad files deleted (or replaced by good files?)


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In reply to: Re: windows issue

ak as far as what it deleted i said **** it and reinstalled windows so i don'w rember my admin acount just disappeared and the disk check was after a restart

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If you reinstall windows ...

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to the same machine using the same account name, its contents will be cleared. That is what happened? Then get them from your backup. No backup? They are gone then.


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In reply to: If you reinstall windows ...

yea i figured why i reinstalled anyway also could it be harddrive issues that are causeing it like maby a harddrive replacement

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