Quote: Originally Posted by jcooke1369
I've installed the Windows 7 upgrade from Vista onto my C drive - I was careful about making sure I didn't do a custom installation because I wanted to keep my files and programs. After the installation - my programs are still installed, the file folders are still there, but the folders on my D drive are empty. My music, photo, video, and document libraries are completely empty.
Other threads have said to look in the Windows.old folder but there is no Windows.old folder on my computer. I had a few folders with documents on the desktop that are intact - so why would it delete some files but not others? Is there anyway to get my files back?
Welcome to SevenForums, even if the circumstances could be better.
Following will help us: WIN |
type DISKMGMT.MSC | ENTER WIN
is the key with the flag on it.
This will run the Disk Management program and display info re your disks. ALT SPACEBAR
combo | X
This will maximize the Disk Management display. WIN |
type SNIPPING | ENTER
This will run the "Snipping Tool" whcih allows you to take a picture of part or all of the screen.
Attach the "snip" to your next post. Screenshot - How to post