Hi everyone. I was absent a couple days because a Microsoft update seriously messed up my computer, and I had to start over from scratch. I keep a 500 GB backup hard drive stored in the bottom slot of my computer, and only connect it to do a backup, or to restore everything on the rare occasion that I need to. I plugged in my back up drive, and it was EMPTY. Not only was it empty, but it GREW. It was a 1TB drive. I was searching through my drives when Dh came over, and asked what I was doing. When I explained, he told me I would not find it. Last week, a friend of mine, and her husband came over, for Dh to help him with a computer problem he was having. The men worked on the computer, and we women visited. The men were engrossed in what they were doing, so she and I went to get pizza for all of us to eat. While we were gone, it was decided he needed another hard drive. Dh decided that instead of giving away one of the extra 1TB hard drives, he remembered seeing the smaller 500 GB drive in my computer, so he would give me the bigger 1TB hard drive, and give away the smaller one. After all, it was just sitting there, not plugged in, so no big deal, and he would tell me what he had done, just in case the little hard drive was important. Guess who FORGOT to tell me about the entire hard drive swap? Ok, I grabbed one of our copies of Windows 7, and off I go. I worked about 2 hours, when Dh decided he'd better check to make sure I got the right copy, because HIS product ID is now registered for life when he installed Windows 10. OF COURSE I had his copy, so I grabbed my copy, and back to the drawing board. Yes, I got it installed, and then got hit with Windows Updates. I had 322 updates to download, and install. It took forever. Ok, I finally got finished with the updates for Windows, then I installed Microsoft Office. Over 100 more updates. Good grief! I've still got a few more programs to put back in, but putting all the other programs in has not taken nearly as long as those darned updates. WHEW! Once I get done, I WILL back it all up. I may secure it with barbed wire, and a big padlock too.