Today I installed a new, larger hard drive to replace my existing data drive.
I am running Vista Ultimate 64. I have the system installed on C: and all of my user folders relocated to the D: drive.
I installed the new drive first as K:, and relocated all of my user folders to the K: drive, then I removed the old D:. I still wanted my new data drive to be called D:, so I changed the drive letter in the Disk Management.
I thought that Windows would be smart enough to change the pointers to those folders, but I was wrong. The data is still there on the "new" D:, but my user folders are still looking for K:. How can I fix it?
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