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After seeing others might have the same problem as me, I received some information to try to remove my screen a different way than previously discussed here. I do not have the plastic plastic upper tracks. My screen rides in the inside rail holding the movable window in place. I was told that the screen might have flexible rollers in the groove the screen stradles the track with and to just push down on the screen and it might pop out of the track on top. Well, I tried that and whether I did it correctly or not, the screen did pop out of the track. I do not see any rollers, but there are some metal tabs that seem to be some sort of "spring loaded clip" that holds the screen on the track. I fixed my screen and inserted it the opposite way I took it out. I took some photos while I had the screen out, though they are not very good:

I still do not know whose window this is, but this might help those who have window screens that look like these.

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