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① Set up One Drive 1. Click Start and search for “ OneDrive ”, and then open it. 2. Enter your account and password to sign in. ② Choose which folders to sync When you first set up your Windows 10/11 system, you will be given the choice of which folders will be synced.How to start OneDrive manually?
Manually restart OneDrive by going to Start , type OneDrive in the search box, and then click on the OneDrive desktop app. Notes: Resetting OneDrive disconnects all your existing sync connections (including personal OneDrive and OneDrive for work or school if set up).