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How to bring stuff back on my aim

I tried looking for where it says recently deleted folders and I can't find it for my aim.

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  • Get wet Jan 10, 2009

    No, I still can;t really seem to find a way to get back what I lost on AIM and my AOL mail, I'm still missing my texting and backround colors, my check boxes next to each letter I get in my e-mail, pitures next to whatever it reprsents such as my send, spam, inbox trash ect., some of my backround pictures on my AOL and AIM and also my pictures in my AIM profile. I have already tried to redownload and install everything and they all still have'nt come back yet. So, whatelse would you guys recommend that I do.

  • Get wet Jan 11, 2009

    Well I tried to explian my concern about my AIM instant messenger issue that I'm having and all I'm trying to figure out is how to get my stuff back on it that had accidently gotten wipped out and I know it is computer related it's just a program on my PC that I use, because, I notice in the e-mail that they keep asking me to clarify and what it has to do with computer fixya and I atually thought it may be something you guys are familier with since it has a lot to do with computers instead it's my program that I'm having a hard time with. So, is their a way you can explian how I can bring them all back so I can have full access to the program.

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    I am lost here. What does any of this have to do with Computer System Power Supplies? The catigory this question is listed under. 


    http://www.aim.com/help_faq/gethelp.adp

    Suggestion: Rewrite question under either PC or laptop r what ever piec of equiptment that you have.  Make , model and type of operating system. 

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    I am sorry .but their are no folders on a power supply. I don't even know what an "aim "is.  Maybe you could formulate a question telling us what kind of computer or piece of equiptment(Name and model number) you have  and what the exact problem is.Thank you. 

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Try a system restore to a date before you lost your date.
START -  HELP AND SUPPORT-pick a task- SYSTEM RESTORE/ Restore to an earlier date.  Worth a try. 

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If any of the above keys shown in step 4 are listed, right-click on them and choose Delete

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you might have to uninstall then restart your computer then reinstall your DVD/CD then reinstall the driver for this device
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http://errorexpert.com/

there is a free one called restry manager get it here:
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