Thank you for posting and your apology.
Please just ensure that in future you do respond, even if it it transpires to be a one time issue, when of course you may simply post indicating that you no longer require help.
1. To deal with the problem of this thread and the question of partitions Firstly open My Computer - how many Hard disc drives are shown - just the one C Drive or others.
Then go Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Computer Management and Disk management.
Caution - You are advised not to make any changes.
Is what is shown there the same as in My Computer.
2. Go Control Panel - User Accounts what accounts are shown there as available for log on.
3. Now do thisTo disable or activate a user account
You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group in order to complete this procedure. If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may also prevent you from completing this procedure.
Open Computer Management
In the console tree, click Users
Computer Management > System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Users
Right-click the user account you want to change, and then click Properties
Do one of the following:
•To disable the selected user account, select the Account is disabled
•To activate the selected user account, clear the Account is disabled
check box. Note
•To open Computer Management, click Start
, and then click Control Panel
. Click Performance and Maintenance
, click Administrative Tools
, and then double-click Computer Management
•A disabled account still exists, but the user is not permitted to log on. It appears in the details pane, but the icon has an X in it.
•When a user account is activated, the user is permitted to log on normally.
•The built-in Administrator account cannot be disabled. Top of pageRelated Topics
Local Users and Groups overviewThe links below are clickable.
•Change the password for a user
•Create a new user account
•Delete a user account
•Disable or activate a user account
•Modify a user account
•Rename a user account
It seems to me that somehow during the procedure of backing up files etc. the profile for your wife has been moved to the profile for the daily user account., and either the original profile for the Daily User account has been deleted OR that account has been changed to the profile for you wife`s account
You will I am sure find the answer in Local Users and Groups, Users
If you cannot work it out from there please post back.
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Edited by Macboatmaster, 25 October 2011 - 12:59 PM.