|27 Jul 2010||#1|
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Ok Lets try this again - Proper way to move default folders
Ok im going to try this again but this time im asking for help tired of half ass working things you know! Anyway..
I just installed fresh Windows 7 x64 and have a secondary harddrive installed drive E: on drive E I have folders called My Music / My Documents / My Pictures etc... and I want windows to not look or use c:\users\xxx folders as the default.
Previously I right click these and said MOVE to e:\ which some worked some didn't while others had security issues galore. I want to know the proper way to move the folders paths to existing directories on the E drive. Can someone please inform me of the RIGHT fullproof way to so this?
Thanks in advance.
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