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why is everything deleted?

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ok well everythings not deleted, let me explain

i unplugged my computer, unhooked everything so i could i turn my desk around. then i rehooked up all the wires exactly as it was before

but everything was cleared. all my "favourites" are gone. all my shortcuts on my desktop are gone. my screen saver and background are gone. thankfully all my files are still there

this isnt the first time i've unplugged everything, why has it forced me to start fresh, for lack of a better word?

is there any way to restore all my old settings? i'm using windows 2000
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