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#1 JM2714

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Posted 22 September 2014 - 10:03 PM

Hi there!

 

It would seem I've done something terrible to my computer.  After the family computer's time came a few years ago, I cannibalized  it to assist in making my new rig.  (Mostly just the fans and the hard drives.)  So now I have a new (for the most part) computer.  The only old part is the hard drive.  Having had difficulty with the old profile (also windows 7) I just plastered a new version right over top.  I renamed the computer and created a new account.  The only one (I thought) on the computer.  Now back from the grave for revenge comes the old family computer, hilariously named "Sans Souci."  I miss Ernest, and I earnestly long for my old (new) account.

 

I can see my programs in the C, D and G drives.  (The D and G drives being the cannibalized parts.)  My question is: Is there any way to return to my most recent version of windows, and how do I escape this blast to the past?  Thank you very much for your time, I appreciate any help or advice you can give me.



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