Hudson's Pops

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  1. I almost solved this myself. Found this Link: It gives a lot of the info i needed. If anyone else out there knows additional suggestions, please post! Thanks, Hudson's Pops
  2. While trying to get my system rebuilt from a recent virus disaster, I have been unable to get my start menu in working order. For the longest time, the Start>All Programs would not display anything. I finally got it to work (sort of), but now it displays programs from both my Documents and Settings/(user) account and the Documents and Settings/all users account. All of the start menu program folders are displayed twice when Start>All Programs is displayed. Somehow, a copy of the Start menu programs wound up in a TEMP folder in My Documents. When I looked at the aida32 profile, the Programs menu in the System Folders looked like this: C:\Documents and Settings\user\My Documents\TEMP\Start Menu\Programs This is how one of the other folders is displayed: Administrative Tools C:\Documents and Settings\Steve\My Documents\TEMP\Start Menu\Programs\Administrative Tools The path that is currently displayed on Start>All Programs looks like this: C:\Documents and Settings\(user)\Start Menu\Start Menu\Programs and then: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs I would like to get All Programs to display this path only: C:\Documents and Settings\(user)\Start Menu\Programs I also need to get the Administrative Tools folder moved to the user menu. I have tried to cut and paste, but then I lose the All Programs display. I can re-do the User accounts or change the folder paths if necessary, but I was wondering if anyone out there can tell me how to do this. Thanks very much for any help. Let me know if further info is needed.
  3. I have already deleted the offending file from two of the Restore volumes in SVI. I would like to know if it is OK to delete all of restore volumes (about 40) that are in the SVI file. It would free up a lot of space. I would be rid of the offending file for sure. Then I would hopefully have just one new restore point to start from. Thanks
  4. B) I had a problem with a program download. I deleted it, but still had problems. I discovered that I the offending file had been placed in my System Volume Information file. I had to get instructions from the MS website to open the SVI file. Open opening, I discovered there were about forty restore volumes. The offending file had been placed in at least two or three of the restore volumes. Can I delete these volumes and create just one new restore point? Also, is there a search thread I can use to find if the offending file remains in my PC? Thanks for the help!