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Windows 7: Problems after moving user files

01 Dec 2014   #1
rspcg1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Problems after moving user files

Reading your forums helped me figure out how to move my user files from the (C:) to (F:) to rid of unwanted used space on my SSD to make room for games. In doing so; however, I am unable to view shared folders on my Samsung Smart TV, or share my user files over the network in windows 7 (IE: open networking and sharing center/choose homegroup and sharing options/click on the libraries I want to share) from my main computer. I click the libraries to share, save changes, then click back in to see that the options were unchecked again. I didn't find any forum talk about this so here I am.

I am able to view the other computers shared media on this computer and the TV can view other computers shared media, just not this one.

I had no issues before moving the user files.


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01 Dec 2014   #2
whs
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Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

How did you move those folders - with the location tab in Properties ??
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