[AccessD] Horror of horrors

Stuart McLachlan stuart at lexacorp.com.pg
Wed Jan 11 03:27:21 CST 2023

Just did it today on a client's machine after having to rebuild their user profile.
I moved it to a network share.  :)

Right click on "Documents" in File Explorer anf hit the Location tab. Then select where you 
want it to be.

On 11 Jan 2023 at 1:36, John Colby wrote:

> Well, I did a reinstall of windows onto the Lenovo, again using the
> boot drive from my HP.  In this case I had already downloaded all the
> drivers for the Lenovo and installed then onto the usb drive I was
> working off of. So I am back up, with the only things lost (AFAICT)
> being a handful of things in the documents directory and my DropBox
> local directories.
> On that note, is it possible to move the Documents dir off to another
> disk?
> On Mon, Jan 9, 2023 at 5:11 PM John Colby <jwcolby at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I tried to boot my laptop today and it went into an endless boot
> > loop / repair.  After mych stuff I got to a command prompt and
> > discovered that the c: drive is now a raw" disk.
> >
> > It is booting to an X: drive which is a very basic system.  It
> > contains windows but no users or anything else useful.  No idea
> > where it (X) is coming from.
> >
> > I keep all my dev off on a D: disk which I can do a dir on and see
> > all my files (whew) but my boot disk (c:) is nowhere to be found.
> >
> > So.... has anyone experienced this and more importantly figured out
> > how to get the c: drive back to an NTFS system?  IOW recover the
> > boot drive(partition)
> >
> > Luckily I have my old computer which is what I am using now.  The
> > "new" computer is my new Lenovo Legion Pro and I really want to get
> > it recovered without a format reinstall, although that would not be
> > the end of the world.  I took the boot drive from this HP Pavillion,
> > put it on another disk and used that to boot the Lenovo (to keep all
> > of the multitude of installed programs intact).  Windows 10 did an
> > admirable job of booting and working doing that.  I have been using
> > the Lenovo for many many months now.
> >
> > Until today.
> >
> > Can anyone help me with this?
> > --
> > John W. Colby
> > Colby Consulting
> >
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