|06 Jan 2012||#1|
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How to mount folders on external drive to user folders.
Hi, I have installed Windows 7 because I need it for my Degree course and my son's iPod touch. I have only given it 30 gigs of space. I realize I'm going to need more.
I have an external drive that I have formatted ntfs. I have seen a tutorial here
User Profiles - Create and Move During Windows 7 Installation
that explains how to migrate your user folders to another drive. But I would rather mount (don't know the correct term???) the data to the individual users normal folders, so windows thinks that the Documents folder on the external drive is the Documents folder on the C drive. And Music, Videos etc etc for each user.
How would I do that? Thank you.
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