Windows 10: Repair Corrupt Install From Boot Install DVD?

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  1.    31 May 2017 #51

    Yep. I know all that. I was just responding to the remark that they thought my clone was an image...

    not important.

    I'm currently trying to rescue the 'new' drive, where the clone should have gone, by using Diskpart and doing a slow format..

    never buying seagate again..
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    Win 10 home version 1703
       04 Jun 2017 #52

    Firefox stores it's bookmarks and settings in it's profile folder. Easy to transfer from one computer to another. Use Mozbackup, a free utility to backup and transfer the profile. Path to the profile folder is through appdata which can be found through the run option using %appdata%. Here is a link to the Mozzila site to show you where the folder is located. Profiles - Where Firefox stores your bookmarks, passwords and other user data | Firefox Help With your HDD issues you realy should be backing up everything on a daily basis. Standalone HDD with auto backup software of any new files, external SSD with backup software, Cloud, Macrium Reflect or Acronis imaging. Flash drives are also a cheap way to store backed up data.
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