|27 Feb 2012||#11|
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An easy way to restore a shell folder like My Pictures is to copy an empty one of the same name from another user, even if you have to create then later delete that other user. In the local copy, go to Properties and make sure Location is what you want. Anyone see a problem with this solution?
Sorry, but I see a problem with doing that. That may not fix all registry and attribute issues if any for this.
Using OPTION TWO in the tutorial below will cover all known usual issues for this.
User Folders - Restore Default Location
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