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02-27-2022 09:54 AM
1. Move/download all files from OneDrive to your local drive first
2. Then unlink OneDrive
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02-27-2022 10:44 PM
Thank you so much for your help. I wasn't able to go to the link you provided as I guess since I can't do any updates, that they think my computer may be more susceptible to viruses, etc, even though I have a virus protector. I did click on something that may be proving to be useful, at least I hope so. I have a tab open that says .... Getting started with OneDrive.... I hope I can learn something useful there. I think that the remedy is right there in front of me. I have to be more patient. Though I have spent much time trying to figure this out. There is a keystroke that will work, I just have to figure out what it is. Maybe I can go to that website you sent me via my phone. I'll have to see if I can read the entire address. Thanks again for your help. 🙂 I sure could use it.
03-02-2022 09:48 PM
I wanted to say thank you for your help. I didn't know how to do the KUDOS thumb up to say thanks though. So I am writing a reply instead. I hope to work on this issue more tonight. I feel the answer is right in front of me. haha.... I'll keep working on it 🙂
03-02-2022 11:16 PM
Hello again Banhien, and everyone,
I think I am getting somewhere, hopefully. I clicked and dragged my pictures in OneDrive and took them over to a folder in my computer. I hope it works. I forget exactly which destination folder I hovered over and landed on, but it is moving my pictures now. It says it will take about a day to send them all over. We shall see what happens, eh? This is interesting. It says 98.6 GBs left.
Thank you, Coleen
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