|23 Mar 2011||#1|
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Chrome extensions after moving User directory
A while back I moved my User directory to another drive. I had just gotten an SSD and was trying to limit the number of writes to that drive- but that's another story.
I recently installed Google Chrome. Everytime I try to get an extension, I get an error. Does anyone think it might have something to do with the new User directory location not being in the default location? Or maybe someone knows how to deal with this error?
The path in the error says: C:1\... (which is weird)
But my User directory is on the D: drive.
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