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Windows 7: changing user/local folder location

09 Sep 2012   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

Hi kentucky777.

I have the exactly same problem. How did you solve the problem? Tell me, please.
Kind regards.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kentucky777 View Post
hello i need help here im using Windows 7 64bit Ultimate of OS, i`m trying to move my folders the

Local(the problem i can't move it)
LocalLow(successfully moved)
Roaming(successfully moved)

to my drive D but the problem is i can't move the "Local" the folder which is located in

"C:/users/(my username)/appdata/local , while in moving process there was a some type of error pops up saying that

"The action can't be completed because the file is open in System

Close the the file and try again

Type: LOG1 file
Size: 256 KB

and the other two that also can't be moved

"UsrClass.Dat.LOG2" and "UsrClass.Dat.LOG1"

i tried to skip those 3 files however another pop up saying that i failed to move the file and operation was canceled by the user?

i tried over and over even on safemode and fresh reformat still not a chance moving that folder

the weird thing is on my other computer has successfully moved the "Local" folder to drive D without any issue anyone knows about this issue? i really need to move the "Local" folder..thanks in advance


okay i just figure how to change it so this thread is closed...

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