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Windows 10, external 1TB HDD SSD:

  • I accidentally clicked "Reset Options" becomes in Core, within the Settings menu.
  • In the data file, there are still blocks downloaded from every day of the 2 weeks it took me to sync the blockchain before.
  • I still have the blocks in existing data file, from 2009+.
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It sounds like you might have had a custom data directory and "Reset Options" changed it back to the default data directory. You could try to set the custom data directory back to where you know the data to be.

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