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I clicked on the OK button to remove it and it comes right back and I have to click on it about 10 times then it finally disappears and brings me to an alternate sign in screen where it asks for the Owner Signin (which is me and I never have problems from here).
I asked this question on a forum and the person gave me links to solving the problem and they worked but I had to pretty much restore my computer to it's factory settings, only saving a few major files I had created or downloaded.
Now my problem is that before this happened I had a folder with some of my music in it, and also a lot of my files stored in My Documents. When I finally completed the long process of starting over I went to look for them and couldn't find them anywhere. I ran a Search for them, and turned up with nothing. But here's the weird part; I went into My Computer and clicked on my C:/ Drive and the Free Space was still the same as when I had those files.
Now I have tried everything that I could think of myself in tracking down where these files would be hidden and turned up with nothing again. I would be okay with just saying screw it and returning the computer to it's factory settings but since the space is being taken up like the files are still there, wouldn't it be smarter to find them before I give up hope?
I uninstalled WinXP and got my default login screen back, I ran countless virus scans, and still coming up with nothing. I'm even running into problems with my sound (or lack there of) ever since I restarted.
I just don't understand why files that can't be found are still taking up space....
*EDIT* I just fixed the sound but still encountering the above problems.
Edited by Rhymin' Greiman, 19 May 2005 - 05:32 PM.