2 replies, 2 voices Last updated by JeanChery 1 year, 2 months ago
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    • #45295

      JeanChery
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      @Survival Knowledge

      Dell Support tech agent had tried to move the data from my C: drive to my D: drive instead she copied it. Now my default font has changed and the copy indicator is on every icon on my desktop. I tried a system recovery it didn’t fix it. How can reverse this action?

    • #45315

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello Jean,

      I would first start off by identifying why the dell technician was attempting to move your data, it sounds like you have a bigger issue going on like running out of free space.

      Now you will want to identify how many physical Hard Disks are inside your computer. you can do this using a program from the web that will also let you know if your Hard Drive is throwing any errors. Visit hdtune.com and download the free trial, once installed you can launch the program to view the status of your Hard Drives. If you click the dropdown menu and find a second device, then now we know there are indeed twos Disk Drives.

      Your best bet is to use an external Hard Drive and copy all of your data from the D:\ over to it along with data from c:\users\

      Then follow our guide on Komando.com to perform a clean Windows installation, once done with that you can restore your data from your external Hard Disk Drive and start installing your applications.

      Let me know if you have questions.

    • #45382

      JeanChery
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      @Survival Knowledge

      No,Read my original post again.

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