I am new and I read the first post and while it was intimidating, a bit harsh, and may have kept most from asking, I decided that it was worth it for me to ask anyway since 1.) I am not as savvy in the fancy lingo and terms that you use so I may not completely understand correctly and need clarification 2.) I can handle the criticism that may come with the response(s) even if they may not really be criticism as much as they are 'feeding on the newbie' with what you may consider to be 'stupid' questions. However, I have found that I can't learn anything without asking questions and there truly isn't a stupid question (if asked with true desire of knowledge), only stupid answers.
So, if someone would be so kind as to help me, I would really appreciate it. I had some sort of 'bug' that affected my home PC and at the same time (ironically) I had a defect in my Notebook that did contain some backup files from my PC. One being my folder of important documents and product information. While this is really neither here nor there now since the information from my Laptop is inaccessible, I was able to save *SOME* information from my PC. I have som misc. files that are under a PSP file (I believe in Documents & Settings) but I don't know how to access them or apply the information in them.
This being said, I have downloaded the 'Trial Version' of PSP XI again and I was able to bring up my order information including order date and # with details. I DID purchase the 2 year Download Insurance since at the time the only computer that I had was my PC and it is fairly old. I do know that it had issues and knew that the possibilty of a 'meltdown' so-to-speak was possible if not probable which is sort of what happened.
If anyone can shed a little light on this for me I would be grateful and if you could please keep instructions fairly simple. While I do know my way around for most things, I am in no way a seasoned professional as I am sure that most of you are. I know what I have to for what I need it for.
Any and all help is most appreciated.