I went to this site How to fix a corrupt user profile in Windows - How-To - PC Advisor to see how to fix a corrupted user profile. It said that if I have a .bak or .ba at the end of my user profiles in the Registry Editor then my profile is corrupt. However, my profiles didn't have a .bak or .ba at the end of them.
So David, do you think it's still corrupt?
In my opinion based only on personal experience without textbook to validate, the answer is yes, it is corrupted.
Okay. Just wanted to make sure. I wasn't saying you were wrong in any way.
I did not take it that way either.
It's all good.
backup right now!!! Use Macrium Reflect Free. save it to a 2nd drive. THEN you can start to move your files from old corrupt account to your new account. This needs two computers to complete from what I read, but has been tested and reported that it does work. Here is the link that explains it. Read Page #250 then you will need to download the free file PC Mover Express. Hope this helps you Jesse
Users Folder - Move Location in Windows 10
@Jesse Williams Their might be one more thing you could try on your old account to see if you can fix your display problem on MSN's page. Not sure it will do anything better than you have already tried, but might be worth a shot. Log into your old account, then go to your MSN.COM page in IE11, once their, hit these keys all at same time. Ctrl, Shift, and Delete keys. That should pop up a menu giving you several choices..... click most of the choices listed, don't think you need to click the choices like Form Data, and Passwords, but click all the other ones. Then close your IE11 and reopen....to MSN.....see if anything is changed, might have to do this a couple times.....no need to reboot......just close IE each time....then reopen. Worth a shot....