If I understood your issue correctly, whenever you try to install a program,
by default it chooses the recovery partition and not the active directory
, is that correct?
If Yes, then try the following steps and let me know the result.
1. Click on start, type regedit in the start search and press enter.
2. Navigate to the following locations and check the ProgramFilesDir path.
Change to C:\ProgramFiles if it is not the path.
hklm\software\microsoft\windows\current version\explorer\shell folders
3. Restart the computer and try to install a program.
"debbie gallant" wrote:
> Was wondering if anyone had any suggestions. A friend of ours is using a dell laptop running vista. His recovery drive is being used for storage and not going to the original hard drive(c). Is there a remedy for this? Can this be fixed where all the data goes to the (c) drive and not the recovery drive. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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