Perhaps you could help yourself by saying what it is you want help with to start with...
Yes, of course, I already have, but you might not have seen it. Thanks for responding. I imported 15 images from a CD on my desktop. I can see the images on the grid and on the index at the bottom and in the panel on the left under collections there is one that has 15 images. At first it was labeled OS C and after I tried a bunch of stuff that was on the website (Locate files, etc.) now it is called Previous Import. I can't figure out what I did wrong or how to fix it. Thank you for your help.
There are different ways to view your pictures, catalog view, folder view or collections view.
Catalog is just info on all the images stored in its database, previous import is just that, a quick way of locating the files you previously imported.
Folders is just all the different locations that images are stored for lightroom.
Collections are just collections of pictures based on metadata.
They are all the same pictures just different ways to find them.
Have a look at the lightroom queens free quick start guide, http://www.lightroomqueen.com/free-ebook/lr5/
First, Tech Support is not here. We are all just users, like you.
The collection "Previous Import" contains all the images that were imported during your last import session and will change when you do another import.
In the left pane, there is the "folders" tab. It will show you where on your hard drive the pictures exist. However, you may need to right-click "show parent" multiple times to get the whole directory tree to be seen.
Tech support would be unlikely to help anyway - this being a very basic Lr usage/familiarity (or lack thereof) question.