I had to reinstall windows 10. I need some instruction to get windows explorer working properly.
A little back ground.
I had installed windows 10 from the online offer. I was still having some problems, although minor, with the system and decided that the best option was to do a clean install.
I have been using GFI backup, but when I saw the option in windows to do the backup before doing the install, I fhought that that should be the best option. So I backed up, installed and when I went to restore, it gave me some message about preparing the system of something. Apparently it overwrit the back up file, because afterward there was nothing in the file.
Fortunately I had been using the other with incremental backups until recently. So I was able to restore the greatest majority of the files, (no need to say, I am checking out real backup solutions)
My problems is that the backup has created a duplication of the section of the file tree that was restored and I would like some supervision before trying to get the poblem fixed.
I think that part, at least, of the problem is that I did not know how to specify where to restore to and so it added the section.
I thought to see if I could get a screenshot of explorer, but it is quite long.
Where to go?
Edited by Godlover, 18 March 2016 - 11:08 AM.