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Vista default document directory problem

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Old 02-28-2007
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Vista default document directory problem
I mounted a new drive (3rd drive, which is going to be a backup drive
exclusively), copied files over because the existing drive was a dynamic
drive not ntsf, so needed to re format and copy files back (another storey
for another application). Anyway, once I formated the new drive, copied the
folders back and forth etc., I can't seem to re set the start menu to re
associate with the new/old directory locations on my secondary d: drive.
Tried the properties, user set up nothing seems to point to allowing me the
option of changing the option??? any suggestions would be helpful to change
the target location back.
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RE: Vista default document directory problem
Forgot to Add, there is no "location tab", or any other information in the
Start Menu's Properties for any of the; Documents, Music, or Pictures, all
empty. No options at all.

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> I mounted a new drive (3rd drive, which is going to be a backup drive
> exclusively), copied files over because the existing drive was a dynamic
> drive not ntsf, so needed to re format and copy files back (another storey
> for another application). Anyway, once I formated the new drive, copied the
> folders back and forth etc., I can't seem to re set the start menu to re
> associate with the new/old directory locations on my secondary d: drive.
> Tried the properties, user set up nothing seems to point to allowing me the
> option of changing the option??? any suggestions would be helpful to change
> the target location back.

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