• WSRhainor



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    • in reply to: Moving user folders off C: drive #1275937

      I have a related question. First, let me explain my situation:

      I have 4 internal drives (C:, D:, E:, and F:), and one external (G:). I recently bought an SSD and replaced my system drive with it, and did a fresh, clean install of Windows 7 onto the SSD. During the setup process, I used Audit Mode and a small unattend.xml file to have Windows itself set up the Users folder on my F: drive.

      Now, that F: drive is throwing S.M.A.R.T. errors, and looks to be failing, so I’m trying to move my Users folder from F: To E:, preferably without reinstalling Windows again. Since F: will have to be removed and replaced (fortunately it’s still covered under WD’s 5-year warranty), symlinksjunctions won’t work. Is there a way to do this, or am I stuck reinstalling Windows?

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