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This desktop in other languages x. Is it ok Desktop is not empty by the way? Page 1 of 3. Darian Tab Replied on October 12, But I checked now, did put a shortcut on the desktop, user it just showed that one, so users are right. I went to move all My User, My Music, etc folders to my storage drive by right clicking, properties, location tab, changing the letter to D: They are all empty. Just yesterday, I did a restore to factory settings becuase I was unable to login on newly created user accounts I have the same question Thanks for marking this as the answer. So, what happens if I move C: In reply to Ahnaf Tahmid's post on October 9, How satisfied are you with this users Any suggestions about that? This issue may be related to a corrupted user profile. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. I was wondering if I did something wrong. Find More Posts by MacGyvr. I can't see my C: Originally Posted by MacGyvr. We can confirm this by creating a temporary user profile and manually restoring the default desktop of your desktop folder. If you say you moved "All" folders - are you talking about user folders Documents, Pictures, etc. Sorry this didn't help.

Did this solve your problem? Let us know desktop you need any other help. Should I relocate all the folders to their original location? I know it is not a good idea to mess with it, just some programs are saving their settings to documents, and at every install, I am having to create those settings user. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Any suggestions about that? Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. When I click on Links it is showing everything even the items not on the desktop such as libraries, network, user folder, and homegroup? Originally Posted by MacGyvr The items you see on your desktop may be on the All Users desktop, not your personal one. That is taking time. So, what happens if I move C: Win 7 Pro, 32 bit - Nothing saves to C: But unfortunately, when you move documents, you move all the documents, not just the ones you users. Tell us about your experience with our site. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Darian Tab Replied on October 12, Someone had suggested that it has something to do with WLM. I have the same question Any ideas why I can't see my home directory anymore?

This thread is locked. Any ideas why I can't see my home directory anymore? Similar help and support threads. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. But unfortunately, when deskto move documents, you move all the documents, not just the ones you want. When I click on Links it is showing everything even the items not on the desktop such as libraries, network, user folder, users user desktop, and homegroup? This article will give you instructions on how to take ownership of a file or folder and it also applies to Windows desktop The time now is AAK Internet Speed I was wondering if I did something wrong. Most app developers assume that every user on a computer will user their program, so they put the shortcut in All Users. Let us know if you need any other help. How satisfied are you with this usrs I can't see my C: Both times Regedit says the users is changed but there aren't any changes in the users folder. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. All times are GMT

How satisfied are you with this reply? Should I relocate all the folders to their original location? But unfortunately, when you move documents, you move all the documents, not just the ones you want. If I try to move the folder properly to the D drive users, it gives the error message 'Can't move the folder because there is a folder in the same location that can't be redirected. And resktop did you move them - with the Location tab in Properties?? We can confirm this by creating a temporary user profile and manually restoring the default location of your desktop folder. Just yesterday, I did a restore to factory settings becuase I was unable to login on newly created user accounts Both times Regedit says the location is changed but there aren't any changes in the users folder. The items you see on your desktop may be on the All Users desktop, not your personal one. This site in other desktop x. Originally Posted by whs If you say you moved "All" folders desktop are you talking about user folders Documents, Pictures, ysers. Find More Userz by User. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I know it is not a good idea to mess with suers, just some programs are saving their settings to documents, and at every install, I am having to create those settings again, users user desktop. Windows 7 Ultimate bit. Not a big deal, just annoyance. That is done by the individual creators of apps, not by Windows. Sorry this users help. Ahnaf Tahmid Created on October 8, Let us know if you need any other help. Now, when I click on C: Now the desktop folder has somehow taken up the location of my user folder, and if I try to create another folder with my username, it just says that the desktop IS the user folder. The specified path is invalid. In user to Ahnaf Tahmid's post on October 9, But I checked now, did put a shortcut on the desktop, and it just showed that one, so you are right.

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Originally Posted by whs If you say you moved "All" folders - are you talking about user folders Documents, Pictures, etc. This thread is locked. Thanks for desktop feedback, it helps us improve the site. They are all empty. Ahnaf Tahmid Created on October 8, Windows 7 Ultimate bit. Page 1 of 3. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Originally Posted by MacGyvr I don't recommend moving anything under the users structure, but that's just me. Someone had suggested that it has something to do with WLM. How user are you with this response? The items you see on your desktop may be on the All Users desktop, not your personal one. Originally Posted by MacGyvr The items you see on your desktop may be on the All Users desktop, not your personal one. We can confirm this by creating a temporary user profile and manually restoring the default location of your desktop folder. The specified path is invalid. I went to move all My Documents, My Music, etc folders to my storage drive by right clicking, properties, location tab, changing the letter to D: Find More Posts by MacGyvr. Now the desktop folder has somehow taken up the location of my user folder, and if I try to create another folder with my username, it just says that the desktop IS the user users. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section users covers a wide range of tips and tricks. What program s are saving settings to documents? So, what happens if I move C: The time now is When I click on Links it is showing desktop even the items not on the desktop such as libraries, network, user folder, users user desktop, user homegroup?

Sorry this didn't help. Originally Posted by MacGyvr. I was wondering if I did something wrong. This issue may be related to a corrupted user profile. Welcome user Windows 7 Forums. Find More Posts by dssktop. Most app developers assume that every user on a computer will usdr their program, so they put the shortcut in Desktop Users, users user desktop. In reply to Ahnaf Tahmid's post on October 9, Windows 7 Forums is an independent users site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. This article will give you instructions on how to take ownership of a file or folder and it also applies to Windows How satisfied are you with this reply? Ahnaf Tahmid Created on October 8, I can't see my C: Now the desktop folder has somehow taken up the location of my user folder, and if I try to create deskop folder with my username, it just says that the desktop IS the user folder. I saw that it is usefs not to mess, because it will be creating folders in my 10 GB documents folder in the other partition, and it can confuse me where did this folder come or what to delete, and what not. I tried this and entered the default location, restarted the computer, as well as the new location I was trying to get. I went to move all My Documents, My Music, etc folders to my storage drive by right clicking, dsektop, location tab, changing the letter to D:

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Is it ok Desktop is not empty by the way? Both times Regedit says the location is changed but there aren't any changes in the users folder. The suers now is Make sure to take desktop desktop folder ownership before making any changes in the temporary user profile. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. The items you see on your desktop may be on the All Users desktop, not your personal one. I went to move all My Documents, My Music, etc folders to my storage drive by right clicking, users user desktop, properties, location tab, changing users letter to D: That is taking time. So, what happens if I move C: Desotop I try to move the folder properly to the D drive again, it gives the error message 'Can't move the folder because user is a folder in the uzers location that deskyop be redirected. Our forum is dedicated to helping you user support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or users custom build. But unfortunately, when you move documents, you move all the documents, not just the ones you desktop. They are all deskop. Page 1 of 3. This thread is locked. Any suggestions about that? Since this desktop folder takes the location of the user folder, it contains the AppData folder. Did this solve your problem? Thanks for marking this as the answer. How did that happen?

Now the desktop folder has somehow taken up the location of my user folder, and if I try to create another folder with my username, it just says that the desktop IS the user folder. This article will give you instructions on how to take ownership of a file or folder and it also applies to Windows Originally Posted by MacGyvr. Don't have permissions for C: Did this solve your problem? Originally Posted by whs. I don't recommend moving anything under the users structure, but that's just me. I changed the location of all folders except Desktop to another partition. So, what happens if I move C: Ahnaf Tahmid Created on October 8, In reply to Ahnaf Tahmid's post on October 9, Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Win 7 Pro, 32 bit - Nothing saves to C: But I checked now, did put a shortcut on the desktop, and it just showed that one, so you are right. What program s are saving settings to documents? Originally Posted by MacGyvr The items you see on your desktop may be on the All Users desktop, not your personal one. That is taking time. Similar help and support threads. Yes, with the location tab. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Since this desktop folder takes the location of the user folder, it contains the AppData folder. Windows 7 Ultimate bit.

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Originally Posted by whs. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Anything I put in the desktop folder, of course, shows up on the pc desktop. I know it is not a good idea to mess with it, just some programs are saving their settings to documents, and at every install, I am having to create those settings again. This issue may be related to a corrupted user profile. Originally Posted by whs If you say you moved "All" folders - are you talking about user folders Documents, Pictures, etc. AAK Internet Speed Originally Posted by MacGyvr I don't recommend moving anything under the users structure, but that's just me. Now, when I click on C: The specified path is invalid. I have the same question But I checked now, did put a shortcut on the desktop, and it just showed that one, so you are right. In reply to Ahnaf Tahmid's post on October 9, Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. This article will give you instructions on how to take ownership of a file or folder and it also applies to Windows Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. If I try to move the folder properly to the D drive again, it gives the error message 'Can't move the folder because there is a folder in the same location that can't be redirected. When I click on Links it is showing everything even the items not on the desktop such as libraries, network, user folder, and homegroup?

That is taking time. Did this solve your problem? I then tried to change it back to how it was by setting its location to C: Don't have permissions for C: But I checked now, did put a shortcut on the desktop, and it just showed that one, so you are right. How satisfied are you with this response? Page 1 of 3. IF WLM does not cause that, then what causes that? If you say you moved "All" folders - are you talking about user folders Documents, Pictures, etc. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Any ideas why I can't see my home directory anymore? Anything I put in the desktop folder, of course, shows up on the pc desktop. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Most app developers assume that every user on a computer will use their program, so they put the shortcut in All Users. I don't recommend moving anything under the users structure, but that's just me. Ahnaf Tahmid Created on October 8, This article will give you instructions on how to take ownership of a file or folder and it also applies to Windows Don't have permissions for C: Yes, with the location tab.

We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Tell us about your experience with our site. Find More Posts by whs. How did that happen? I know it is not a good idea to mess with it, just some programs are saving their settings to documents, and at every install, I am having to create those settings again. I changed the location of all folders except Desktop to another partition. Now, when I click on C: How satisfied are you with this response? IF WLM does not cause that, then what causes that? Just yesterday, I did a restore to factory settings becuase I was unable to login on newly created user accounts I tried this and entered the default location, restarted the computer, as well as the new location I was trying to get. This article will give you instructions on how to take ownership of a file or folder and it also applies to Windows Win 7 Pro, 32 bit - Nothing saves to C: Now the desktop folder has somehow taken up the location of my user folder, and if I try to create another folder with my username, it just says that the desktop IS the user folder. But unfortunately, when you move documents, you move all the documents, not just the ones you want. All times are GMT I went to move all My Documents, My Music, etc folders to my storage drive by right clicking, properties, location tab, changing the letter to D: So, what happens if I move C: This issue may be related to a corrupted user profile. When I click on Links it is showing everything even the items not on the desktop such as libraries, network, user folder, and homegroup? They are all empty. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Yes, with the location tab. Anything I put in the desktop folder, of course, shows up on the pc desktop. Originally Posted by whs If you say you moved "All" folders - are you talking about user folders Documents, Pictures, etc. Sorry this didn't help. The time now is But I checked now, did put a shortcut on the desktop, and it just showed that one, so you are right. Someone had suggested that it has something to do with WLM. They are all empty. Not a big deal, just annoyance. I tried this and entered the default location, restarted the computer, as well as the new location I was trying to get.