Hello. I am missing all my bookmarks in Opera, version 36.0.2130.80, for Windows XP. This happened after I reinstalled Windows XP.
I did not uninstall Opera prior to reinstalling XP, or delete any Opera folders or files. I did not reformat the drive. I only chose to fix any corrupted XP system files. I copied all the Windows Opera folders: Program files, Documents and Settings/Administrator/Application Data/Local Settings) and files onto a flash drive, just to be safe.
I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Opera, and placing all the previous Opera windows folders back to where they were previously, trying to get the bookmarks back. (I kept copies of all the Opera files in Windows folders).
Is there a way to get my previous bookmarks restored with the Opera files I saved from Windows XP, (Program files, Documents and settings/Administrator/Application Data/Local Settings) ?
By the way, Opera also does not "fully" open simple websites. For example, if try to open the Amazon icon, I get this pop up message box: It says:
[Quote]"Invalid Certificate Opera cannot verify the identity of the server "www.amazon.com" due to a certificate problem. The server could be trying to trick you. Would you like to continue to the server."[End Quote]
At the bottom of the pop up box, there are three tabs: 1. Show certificate 2. Continue Anyway 3. Cancel.
If I click # 2 option, Continue Anyway, it takes me to Amazon, but all the graphics are missing, its just the Amazon text of the home page, kind of unorganized. Up until now I have not had any issues with Opera browser.
If I click show certificate, a box with three tabs about certificates appears, and I have no idea what to do. Before reinstalling XP, I never had to do anything with this certificate nonsense to use the Opera browser.
Thank you for your time