deepceleron- I have received 0.01234567 bitcoin, I would like to do the transfer back. Meanwhile you were correct, its all self inflicted . I looked in downloads and sitting there is a file: fawcet.csv! I must have extracted it when opening the file. so now 2 points 1) how do i get the file back in the wallet and 2) what is the point of saving adresses in my e-mail? if the os is ok they are in the wallet and if i loose the os or wallet the address is useless without the file? reg.
I don't know what you did to get a CSV file, likely the coins are gone forever from you doing some strange things to Bitcoin. There are no files involved in receiving bitcoins - you simply give your address to the sender and wait for them to send you a payment. To send a payment, you simply put the recipient's address and the amount to send in "send coins" in the Bitcoin client. The bitcoin data directory should only be accessed to make a backup copy of the wallet.dat file to a USB flash drive or such.
You can now test sending some payments - note the .0005 minimum fee, you have enough coins now to send a couple .001 - .005 payments with the fee.
If you want to donate your coins you can send them to the bitcoin faucet for others: 15VjRaDX9zpbA8LVnbrCAFzrVzN7ixHNsC