Windows 10: Ex HDD became my Local Drive C/ & My Account Permissions are Affected

  1. Posts : 18
    Windows 10 Dell Inspiron PC 6060
       12 May 2018 #1

    Ex HDD became my Local Drive C/ & My Account Permissions are Affected

    Good Afternoon, This is a Modified Corrected Post
    I have (2) Problem' both related:
    Ex HDD Has Become Local Drive C/ and All My
    Profiles, Account’s and Permissions and are also affected, My Account's Profiles and Permissions have changed

    1 )
    I Had a Western Digital HDD 1 Terabyte with Four Partitions on it
    I was trying to Create a Re Bootable Disc (USB) I must have clicked the wrong Drive Letter Instead of the Bootable USB,
    It seems I have moved all the contents and all the Data in the Four Partitions together onto My EX HDD TO its reading:
    Local Drive (C://) 991.9GB and free 764GB (this is roughly the bulk of the remaining space left on my Western Digital Ex HDD?

    The other Partitions s on there

    31.1GB and free 30.7 GB was Named Movies TV and Video

    Was all MUSIC Had all my Music files on it I moved them two weeks ago so I could make it the Kaspersky Scheduled Back-up Partition - now its UN-Available and Empty

    (H:) EBook’s and Pictures’
    is now - UN-Available and Empty

    (i:) The Vault was a 300 GB Backup
    UN-Available and Empty

    That Re-Bootable USB I created worked and is named: “WINDOWS 10 BOOT (J:)”

    2 )
    All My Account’s Permissions and Profiles have been Affected
    Please See Screen Shot ‘s
    Dasha <--------- Is Still Showing on MY LOG-IN Page as Dasha

    Name= User <-------- This was always Dasha_Local Administrator Account' before the Ex HDD issues was my Main Operating Account

    = S-1-5-21-198176421-3910027260-4293273129-1001
    SelwynBlondie <--- Local Account but does not always appear in User Account
    FullName = NONE


    Dasha as Administrator Is Only appearing in C/Users/User/Control Panel/ User Accounts” I hope Somone can help me Please In Anticipation Dasha
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails All of Accounts and Profiles regeditUsers-User - Account Local   Was   User - Dasha -Local Admin.jpg   c-Users-User - Account Local   Was   c-User -Dasha -Local Administrater Account - 13-05-20189.jpg   SelwynBlondie Local account Edited Sunday 13-056-2018.jpg   West Digital Ex HDD Partitions Before and Now12-05-2018-.jpg   Compare Drive Local C which is Now Drive C and WWD HDD.jpg  

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  2.    13 May 2018 #2

    Did you clone old disk to new one ?
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  3. Posts : 2,681
    Windows 10 Pro x64 1803 - 17134.5 XP/Vista/Win7/Win8.1 in VM for testing
       13 May 2018 #3

    I was trying to Create a Re Bootable Disc (USB) I must have clicked the wrong Drive Letter Instead of the Bootable USB,
    Think that's the cause
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  4. Posts : 18
    Windows 10 Dell Inspiron PC 6060
    Thread Starter
       14 May 2018 #4

    CountMike said: View Post
    Did you clone old disk to new one ?
    No Mike it was a new USB it was the first time I had done this as we have lost the Original Disk
    I just want to sort drive C out and relocate the 700 GBs then Create the Partitions again ?
    Thanks also to Barman58
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