Windows 10: Users Personal Folders - Restore Default Location in Windows 10
Hello Jorge, and welcome to Ten Forums.
Are you getting this error message when trying the .reg download in step 5 of OPTION TWO?
Hello, and thank you for the quick reply. I already solve my issue, turns out easier than expected. I just needed to select "do not move the files" and all returns to normal
Hello everyone, I am new to the forum. I have tried to move the desktop from C drive to D drive on my computer. During the process, stupidly, I failed to create sub folders (i.e d/user/a/desktop) and moved it directly to D drive. Now, anytime I save a file or folder in D drive it shows up on desktop. Tried to restore settings to original path and it gives an error "failed to build list of regular subdirectories under D:\System Volume Information, access is denied error.
Anyway around this without resetting the computer and losing time etc.. Thank you in advance for all the help and advice.
Hello Ari, and welcome to Ten Forums.
Did you get the error while trying step 3 in OPTION TWO of the tutorial?
If so, manually create a Desktop folder in your "C:\Users\(user-name)" profile folder, and try again. You may need to restart the computer afterwards to apply.
I downloaded the BAT file but posted first before I did anything. The C drive folder path C:\Users\(user-name)\Desktop" is already there. I will use BAT file and see what happens
It worked like a charm. Thank you for being there. I really appreciate it
You're most welcome Ari. I'm glad it was able to help you.
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