Well, I couldn’t sleep and I’m at the final step. So I recovered my C: Drive image from 10-27-18. Today is the first time I’ve ever even used command prompt. But it seems the impossible has happened. I switched to the admin account and ran the command prompt using the full text line and I’m somewhat stunned that I got the same message “Cannot create a file when that file already exists”. That file couldn’t exist. It’s somewhere on the C: drive and True Image does a fresh wipe as it puts back what existed on the drive from 3 weeks ago. Not to mention that I’m back to having a ton of missing files. I can again tomorrow reset but this is draining. Every time I make the attempt I have to do a bunch of Windows updates so it takes around an hour every time I do this. So, since it “Cannot create a file when that file already exists” is there a way to overwrite or delete that file? That’s my last hope.