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I am not sure what option it gave that would have been better. I think I crossed the Rubicon back when I hit "L" and you said, "wait!, that's not what we want"...but too late.

The C drive only had about 4 months of my pc life on it. My son had moved all his stuff to the D drive before he gave it to me (after we got him a hot new laptop).

Onward. Now I need to fix my 7 year old win98 system. It keeps getting worse every time I reload the OS. The internet connection wizard is kaput.

All in good time.

Thanks for the assistance.
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That's the only place I can find that doesn't look right, too. I think the "L" choice may have been where it went off on us.

Just to be sure the files aren't tucked away somewhere, if you know the name of one of the files, use the Search function and search "All files and folders" (include hidden files and folders in the search) and see if it is found.
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