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    this ealy am i deleted my C drive folder and i have noot been replace it.

    can dome upload a C Drive foder to my system?

    or tell me how to replact it? this window xp does not have the my computer
    in it


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    On Aug 4, 8:55 pm, "Starlord" <starl...@sidewalkastronomy.info> wrote:

    Double-clicking the "Recycle Bin", then clicking the "Edit" drop-down
    (within the
    Recycle Bin), then clicking "Undo Delete" might work.



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    "Starlord" <starlord@sidewalkastronomy.info> wrote in message
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    You can RESTORE anything you have deleted -- provided you have not emptied
    the Recycle Bin.

    To delete or restore files in the Recycle Bin

    1.. On the desktop, double-click Recycle Bin.
    2.. Do one of the following:
    a.. To restore an item, right-click it, and then click Restore.
    b.. To restore all of the items, on the Edit menu, click Select All, and
    then on the File menu, click Restore.
    c.. To delete an item, right-click it, and then click Delete.
    d.. To delete all of the items, on the File menu, click Empty Recycle
    Bin.




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    that would be find byt by beb id is emptyed rigt it's a none its empytyie,
    its no retuugns.


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    There are those who believe that life here, began out there, far across the
    universe, with tribes of humans, who may have been the forefathers of the
    Egyptians, or the Toltecs, or the Mayans. Some believe that they may yet be
    brothers of man, who even now fight to survive, somewhere beyond the
    heavens.


    The Lone Sidewalk Astronomer of Rosamond
    Telescope Buyers FAQ
    http://home.inreach.com/starlord
    Sidewalk Astronomy
    www.sidewalkastronomy.info
    The Church of Eternity
    http://home.inreach.com/starlord/church/Eternity.html
    AD World
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    "Starlord" <starlord@sidewalkastronomy.info> wrote in message
    news:YcmdnVV8P624UijbnZ2dnUVZ_gOdnZ2d@inreach.com. ..

    Okay, let's try something else.

    WindowsXP has a "system restore" function that allows you to take your
    computer backwards in time to the way it was configured at a "system restore
    point."

    Do this:

    Click on START.

    Put the cursor on ALL PROGRAMS and the menu of programs will open.

    Highlight ACCESSORIES and another menu will open.

    On that menu, highlight SYSTEM TOOLS and yet another menu will open.

    On that menu, click on SYSTEM RESTORE.

    An application will open that asks if you want to restore your system to a
    previous date. Click on YES, or NEXT, or whatever it is. A calender will
    open. You'll see that some of the dates on the calendar are bold -- these
    are dates on which the system established a restore date.

    Pick a bolded date that is several days before you deleted the C: folder and
    click on it. The application will ask you if you want to restore your
    system to that date. Click Yes, or, Next, or whatever. The computer will
    then restore itself to that earlier date -- will take 5-10 minutes and
    you'll have to reboot -- it may reboot automatically.

    Sometimes you'll pick a date that does not have a system restore point. If
    that happens, the system will tell you so; CAREFULLY read the instructions
    and try another date.




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    "Starlord" <starlord@sidewalkastronomy.info> wrote in message
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    right click somewhere on your desktop, select 'properties', a popup window appears. select the
    "desktop" tab, click the button "Customize desktop", tick the box "my computer" in the 'desktop
    icons' area.
    click 'ok', the window closes, click 'ok' the window closes. now the 'my computer' icon should
    be visible on your desktop. double clicking it opens a window with your drives etc.





 

 

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