Thanks, Brink. In my impatience to finally fix this (have been sitting on it for a few weeks), I tried some other things after my post and seem to have created a bigger problem. I tried just moving all files from the D:\My Music folder to the D:\<username> folder, and when I did, I noticed in the Move box the following:
From D:\My Music (D:\<username>)
To D:\<username> (D:\MyMusic)
So, I immediately cancelled and relocated what had already been moved. Since it appeared the folders were attached to each others identities, I decided just to rename and change the content designator and then move the My Music folder into the <username> folder. Well, now when I go to the shell:UsersFilesFolder, there is no longer a My Music folder!!! When I open explorer and click on the Music library, it takes me to D:\<username> (like it had been). I found that if I right click on Library>Music in the left column, I can redesignate where it points to (which is currently D:\<username>). The problem is, when I add a My Music folder to the shell, it places it in C:\Users\<username> and there is no Location tab within its properties, so I can't move it to the D:\. Argh!
Now, I did check the registry and it appears that my profile still resides in C:\Users\<username> even though everything else is going to D:\<username>. Could that be the problem now?
I know, I know... :facepalm:
Appreciate your patience. Thx!
EDIT: Crap. I just noticed that the My Music folder isn't missing from the shell... it is labeled <username>!!! So, instead of having a D:\<username>\My Music folder, I have a D:\<username>\<username> folder!!! Oh for Pete's sake!!! Renaming the <username> folder in the shell also renames the folder in the D:\, so I am back to square 1. I can't use the Location>Move feature since it tells me that it can't move to a descendant folder.
Please tell me the fix isn't FDisk>Format>Reinstall!!! There has just got to be a solution I cannot see.