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i believe it is set i will double check. Is it possible that when i resetted the CMOS that somehow Windows forgot where to look for the profile? I think everything is intact but perhaps i need to specify where to look for the profile again? I don't know but i have explored many options already and it seems to lead no where for me. Please help
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i believe it is set i will double check. Is it possible that when i resetted the CMOS that somehow Windows forgot where to look for the profile? I think everything is intact but perhaps i need to specify where to look for the profile again? I don't know but i have explored many options already and it seems to lead no where for me. Please help

I've asked Sean to come have a look. Hopefully he can help you from there smile.gif
     
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post #13 of 16
I had that issue when i disconnected my secondary drive where my user folder is located. Once you log in assuming you can. Go to start, click your user name, rightclick the desktop folder, click properties, location tab, set to the location it is at or just set to default ATM.
post #14 of 16
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Thank you for your response Sean. I have tried doing what you advised but nothing opens up, even if i browse manually to my user profile and properties the desktop folder it does not give me a location tab. I also ran a virus scan just yesterday and everything came up good. I'm slowly starting to believe that re-installing will be the only answer. I had images of my OS and Data but my portable HDD which had them got lost and unfortunately i have no other back ups. I still have some hope that some members on this forum have clues on how to fix this. Thanks guys.
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I have had this problem in the past as well.... I tried everything under the sun to get it fixed... Aparently there was a comunication problem with one of the drives I had.... I ended up moving all the data off the raid 0 array and re-installed OS without the raid disks. Sucks I know, but a problem disk was not something I wanted to deal with interms of losing a couple of days worth of troubleshooting over.
My suggestion, if you can get the data you need off the array, move it, break it down, and Boot in AHCI. I know this isn't what you want to hear, but it is the only thing I know will work if one of the disk's shows healthy, but refuses to load user data properly.
post #16 of 16
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Well looks like Sean fixed my problem by creating a new profile, but it seems i have been using an old method for using the setup i am currently using so i will update my setup when i have some free time. Again thank you for all your help OCN. Truly are the best.
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