1. Windows Central Question's Avatar
    Hi.
    I have Onedrive installed on my laptop and therefore I have Onedrive drive showing up in my (my) computer, however the files shown here are completely different to the shown when I log into OneDrive via the web.

    So, how do I see which account the local OneDrive app is using?

    Thanks
    05-14-2016 05:45 AM
  2. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    Hi.
    I have Onedrive installed on my laptop and therefore I have Onedrive drive showing up in my (my) computer, however the files shown here are completely different to the shown when I log into OneDrive via the web.

    So, how do I see which account the local OneDrive app is using?

    Thanks
    can you remember what account you used to sign in to the onedrive the first time? Also, is the email account you use to log in to your laptop the same as the one you check onedrive on in the browser?

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    05-14-2016 06:36 AM
  3. Bartislartfast's Avatar
    Hi,
    I joined. The account I used when I first setup this laptop is same one I', using to log into Onedrive online, I have only had one email address for a long time.
    I think it's an issue with syncing because when I try to sync Onedrive errors with a SharePoint error. I can't see how to remove OneDrive from Win10 so that I can start again.

    Thanks

    Some pics may explain better the issues I'm having.

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    05-14-2016 09:03 AM
  4. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    Hi,
    I joined. The account I used when I first setup this laptop is same one I', using to log into Onedrive online, I have only had one email address for a long time.
    I think it's an issue with syncing because when I try to sync Onedrive errors with a SharePoint error. I can't see how to remove OneDrive from Win10 so that I can start again.

    Thanks

    Some pics may explain better the issues I'm having.

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    on the system tray section (bottom right), right lick the onedrive icon, go to settings and unlink account. Once it is done, go to start and start typing onedrive. Select the ordinary onedrive and not the business onedrive and set it up again

    I think that should work
    05-14-2016 12:22 PM

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