|20 Dec 2012||#1|
Moving My Docs to D Drive
Found these instructions on net but I got lost at #7:
The My Documents folder is part of Windows 7's new Documents Library. A library combines multiple folders that contain similar types of files.
To move your documents to the D drive:
1. Create a new documents folder on the D drive.
2. Right-click the new folder and click Include in Library > Documents .
3. Click Start > Documents .
4. Double-click My Documents to show its contents.
5. Drag and drop the files to the new folder.
6. Press F5 to refresh the view.
7. Under Documents Library , click locations .
8. Right-click the new folder and click Set as default save location .
9. [Optional] Click My Documents and click Remove .
move the My Documents folder to another drive - Microsoft Community
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|24 Dec 2012||#5|
Disaster @ #16 -
User Profile - Change Default Location
I have deleted the temp. admin. but now I'm the only one in the house again but I have the profile of the temp account desktop & all.
When I use another copy of windows to look into the troubled win7 C drive I see in "users" both me & the temp admin as account users still. I'm guessing I must have still been in "Temp Admin & deleted himself". But that is only an after thought. i'm still sure i did it right.
NEVER mind about this drama. I have used an old image to recover most. I'll load up an extra drive later and practise first next time.
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