I tried to open an exiting 2014 T1,but cound find the file, I have used th eProfile for 3 years, never happened before, where should I get back the files? please help

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Hello,

I am sorry you are unable to see the file in profile. Lets try navigating in the file explorer and see if its in the folder. The default location for the 2014t1 folder should be:

C:\Users\(Your user)\Documents\My ProFile Data\2014T1

You can also find this location in Profile by going to Options-> environment-> file tab and under file directories.

Thanks

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