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Everything isn't working because I did something to my extensions folder.


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)

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

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. :)

Thanks guys, works now.


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