Deleted a user from the home computer, took pics with it
So I originally had the computer set up for my wife as a user and myself as another user. Then I decided it was useless to have two users, so I deleted myself. When I did that it took the picture file with it. Of course the file was large so it asked if I wanted to permenately delete the file and I said YES.
Now I found the pics after all that, but they are miss labeled and not all available. Does anyone know how I can get them all back?
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in the run: type in msconfig that should load all your orginals back to normal but it sounds like your computer might be infected by malware because it's hiding your icons you use on a everyday basis. once there in msconfig hit normal not dianositc.
First take off the side panel to get a clear view of the motherboard. Look to the lower right hand corner and see if there is a yellow buttonmarked CMOS. If there is, push it for ten seconds release and reboot. If there isn't, look for a three pin jumper socket marked CMOS, there should be a jumper plug sitting on two of the pins to short them out. Power down the computer, move the plug over to the reset mark, should be one pin over. reboot the computer. power the system back down and move the jumper back to its original state. reboot the computer and try to access the user accounts. It may still ask for a password, just hit enter. and try to get in now. If you can, sign in under one of the administrators accounts and go to your user name and make yourself an administrator, then delete the other accounts as you see fit.
Pull off the side panel, the reset button is on the mainboard in the lower right hand corner, yellow button marked CMOS. Push and hold for count of ten. start the computer, then you will have to set the date and time in the BIOS.
hey , follow this
goto Control Panel --> User accounts
there u can see " Change the way users log on or off " . .. Click that and then u can see two options , check( Select ) both options and then restart your computer .. your problem will be solved.
Reinstall windows, or what you can also use is windows password recovery. You can download and burn on disc from another computer and boot up locked computer with this disc. Another thing you can do is download a program called "windows recovery" and it will erase everything on the hard drive and you will be able to reinstall windows and have brand new computer.
Well you really need to use your system restore disk. NOTE::::>>>> All of your user files and personal info Will be deleted, including bookmarks, and any programs that did not originally come with the computer. Your computer will be as if it was just taken out the box.
You may have had this answered, but you can remove the second user. Your games should still be there. If you don't see the games under the original user name, just go to program files and create a shortcut to the game and put it on your desktop or wherever else you want it.
Open control panel and create a new user account with administrator privileges. Log off the previous user and logon to the one you just created. Then delete the original user and this should set everything as default for you the new user.
If the password prompt is in a browser ie, Internet explorer or Firefox you will need to remove the addon (sounds like parental controls).
The only way of changing the registered owner would be to complete a fresh install of windows.