Author Topic: Everything isn't working because I did something to my extensions folder.  (Read 481 times)

Offline krieg000

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Hello all--
I don't remember exactly what I did, but I moved my extensions folder to desktop and then put an extension file inside it. I don't know what happened, but this changed the resolution of the computer, and any application I try opening will now show an error message saying that a certain essential file doesn't exist. What do I need to do to restore the extensions folder to its normal state?

(Picture included of resolution change)

Offline GaryN

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You could start by putting the Extensions Folder back inside the System Folder which is where the System looks for it.

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about 70% of the folders and files in the system folder need to have a certain name and need to be right there, just as in OSX or windows.

only the system folder itself may be renamed and moved to whereever you wish. :)
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Offline krieg000

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Thanks guys, works now.

 


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