Backup folder settings from old version of windows 10  

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  1. Posts : 201
    Windows7/10
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       #31

    Gonna keep trying at least, not like I changed em on purpose anyway windows did that automatically :) if you think of any other ideas let me know. Thanks
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  2. Posts : 573
    Windows 10/11
       #32

    @MajorFoley Others have encountered similar issues updating to 190x. I could find no reference to any solution to avoid the issue. The only "solution" was to reset all views to Windows defaults and start over. This was necessary for many people because their folders became "General Items" and the option to set them as Documents, Music, Pictures, or Videos no longer worked. See: 1903 update - all folders set back to default and can't customize them
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  3. Posts : 201
    Windows7/10
    Thread Starter
       #33

    LesFerch said:
    @MajorFoley Others have encountered similar issues updating to 190x. I could find no reference to any solution to avoid the issue. The only "solution" was to reset all views to Windows defaults and start over. This was necessary for many people because their folders became "General Items" and the option to set them as Documents, Music, Pictures, or Videos no longer worked. See: 1903 update - all folders set back to default and can't customize them
    Something i haven't thought of, what of updating straight to 20h2 or latest updates via an iso? I mean you claimed your VMS seemed to be able to restore the folders so i dunno whats going on there.
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  4. Posts : 573
    Windows 10/11
       #34

    It's still going to be a change of GUID for the Downloads folder, so my guess is the result will be the same. But, hey, you never know. Certainly worth a try.
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