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      Gary_Berg
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      I’ve been using OneDrive on Windows 7 Pro for several years, the “personal” version. Today when i unlocked my computer OneDrive was displaying a window asking for my OneDrive email address. If I enter the address, it opens mt OneDrive folder in Explorer, but it’s not connected. If, while I’m prompted to enter the email I go to the system tray and click on the OneDrive icon it tells me I’m not logged in and I can look in settings from the More button.

      Settings shows me as linked to OneDrive, and gives me the ability to unlink my PC.

      How do I go about getting OneDrive reconnected? I’d rather not have to redownload everything as there is about 100Gb in my OneDrive…

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