No; it doesn't seem to be that as I cleaned out all the files religiously each time I attempted to load the IDE. I even made sure that each time, I shut down and restarted in order for me to be able to delete the " Arduino exe, java and bin" files that "uninstall" fails to do in the arduino setup files and all on a second visit. It also must beborn in mind that when manually uninstalling Mr., Oracle or Mr., Windows won't allow an administrator to delete the java and bin files until it follows a restart. I also made sure that the preferences files either in my user files or for 1.5.7 in the "lib" file were deleted firstly.
It seems rather to be that there must be a memory file in an unidentifiable form [at least to me] which acts as a "pointer" file as well for the preferences indexing of where various files are located in computer memory, something like you get with variables in "C#" as I always found that the next loading of the Arduino IDE all following all of the actions stated that it new in its 'new' prefcerences file where I kept my previous Sketchbook and even my backup of Sketchbook even though it is called "Sketchies". Both my Sketchbook & Sketchies hold the Library files also.
So the remedy lies in finding that clever BUUUUGGR out there that knows where this secret or pointer file lies and perhaps more to the point................................."What's it called M_A_T_E_Y". The other option is to delete your Sketchbook and back up file having renamed and repositioned them in your computer, which regrettably at this point in time I never did, it was ERW's aptitude that allowed me to recognise and find the problem..................................perhaps, as we all know what magic we can from time to time perform in our own program writings we should be as scretetive as MR., ARDUINO seems to be, or is that wicked uncle ORACLE once more that couldn't operate on ERW., but could on the java implicated setups..
Once more thanks for your help and especially for the encouragement and ERW., knowledge that you have provided,