Have you done so since the repair install? If so, it may come down to when you are able to backup your media and re-install Windows 7. Keep in mind that you could also create a new partition for your data and move your media to that and re-install Windows in the Windows partition. That is how I have my system set up so it is much easier to do a fresh install if necessary.
I keep movies, music, pictures, installation files, etc. on a separate partition. I have not bothered moving my users files and just do not use the users folders for Documents, Music, etc. but that is also an option. User Profile - Change Default Location
I do not recommend changing the default location for users, though. I have seen it cause some strange side effects for some users. I find it much easier just to move the data itself and avoid using my user profiles for storing anything other than application data. Most users on here prefer Partition Wizard
for creating new partitions. I have had good success myself with PartedMagic