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Windows 7: lost in transition

25 Mar 2013   #1

windows 7 premium home 64bit
lost in transition

In order to free up space on my SSD which runs my OS and apps and little else I moved some stuff over to D:. The first thing that happened was that ITunes couldn't find anything but now Acrobat can't find earlier work. I thought all this re-indexing was done automatically but it doesn't appear to in my case.
For 12 months this new computer has been flawless now all of a sudden in the last month or so I have had one problem after another: am I missing something? Have patches and updates been applied that might have screwed things up?
Is there a way of re-indexing everything? Can I get Acrobat to go and find its earlier work etc?

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25 Mar 2013   #2
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

This may help.

Index - Rebuild

At the bottom of that page there arm many other Tutorials on indexing that might also help.
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