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I cannot think of a situation where a computer is completely reset back to a factory new-like condition...where all previously created files, previously user installed apps, video files, music files, photos, and preference settings have resorted to defaults...other than:

- a complete hard drive reformat & fresh OS install
- someone is logging into the wrong (or newly created) user account
- or some other person has access to this computer...and has accidentially or maliciously did one of the 2 items mentioned above

This situation just cannot happen spontaneously. Human involvement/human error of some sort has to occur.

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