I see you dont understand grammatical cases, so let me help you: Supposition; had, freshly installed. Time: a year and a half ago. Context: system was installed on ssd before the same was put into storage.
Conclusion: Following the term/expression 'freshly' is valid for both past and present tense, unconditional I + II.
i cant do a fresh install because my goddamn usb snapped a few months ago and i cant spare to get another. And 123456 is a good guess because im the only one who uses my pc, or do you want me to say that in the plusquamperfect tense .
I must admit your entire thread seems a comedy of errors that you created yourself by forgetting your own password. To make matters even worse you then try to blame Garuda for your own ineptitude and expect this is our job to correct.
I'm also left asking myself, if you have no thumb drive to reinstall Garuda, how are you going to reinstall Windows?
Garuda was responsible for none of your situation, you were the author of your own misfortune.
Adding "URGENT" to your thread title is totally disrespectful to forum assistants and other forum users. Everyone suffering a severe issue considers their issue urgent, but what makes you possibly think your issue is more urgent than everyone else's issues. Adding terms such as "PLEEEEZE HELP!!!" & "URGENT" to thread titles only comes off as begging or demanding and is not appreciated on our forum.
I could go on and on about how your attitude sucks and how you've behaved on this thread is unappreciated. However, it's all rather irrelevant as it's obvious you are not actually a Garuda user, and have no intention of running Garuda on your machine. We simply had the misfortune of being installed on a disused drive you had kicking around that you wanted to use to save your backside so you could reinstall Windows. I guess this is all rather moot, as we'll likely never be hearing from you again. Well, maybe never is too strong, perhaps we'll hear from you in another year and a half when you melt down your Windows install again.
Bye for now, have fun on Windows.
This thread is resolved, so there's no further point in leaving it open.