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I recently powered up my macbook, only to find that all my information had dissppeared and everything had reset its self to factory settings. After closer inspection i found all my files in my shared folder in a sub folder named after my user name.
Any idea how i can restore my settings without manually having to move everything back into place?

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I recently powered up my macbook, only to find that all my information had dissppeared and everything had reset its self to factory settings. After closer inspection i found all my files in my shared folder in a sub folder named after my user name.
Any idea how i can restore my settings without manually having to move everything back into place?

Thanks

Dc
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