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Windows 7: User window shows 2 local drives?...

02 Oct 2010   #11
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

Well you've got aero frames now, so that's handled.

I would go through the D drive and make sure you have no duplicate files, try to consolidate data into the Win7 User folders, then delete the source folders. I have no idea why you have two D drives listed, or why you have D Data folders in your User folders at all. You don't need them there.

Just let the D drive contain your Win7 User folders linked back to Win7 and included in relevant libraries - plus any other storage contained entirely within D.

How is Win7 performance otherwise?


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