I installed an SSD in my computer and set it as C: , moved everything to it, and it works great. I set up my HD as D: and formatted it clean, then I went ahead and redirected Contacts, Desktop, Documents, Download, Music, Pictures, SkyDrive, and Videos folders to D: using the "Location" tab in the "Properties" dialog per this guide: http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-2024314/windows-redi...
Everything works great, except for one issue.
Desktop search (windows 8.1), using the search box in the upper right of any window, will return results, but the results have a path linking to C:, not D: ! So when I try to access the files in the search, I always get that the files are unavailable! If I path directly to the files, they open fine; it's just using the search to get to the files where there is a problem. Is there a quick fix for this?
Got my answer... Posting here so others may find it. In "Indexing Options", after clicking on the "Modify" button, I noted that all of the folders that I had redirected were checked and listed as "(Currently unavailable)". I unchecked them and closed "Indexing Options" and everything magically started working.
Thanks to everyone who chimed in!