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I have XP HomeSP2 and I reformatted my HD earlier today, put a partion in with the OS on D: I wanted to save my music,photo,and general bs on C: . Is there a way to make that my default save to point. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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are you talking about say when your installing program that you downloaded it automaticly says D:blah blah/blah/blah

but you want it to say C:matt/is/awsome

if thats the case I had a similar problem .. everyones normal C is I for me cus i partitioned it wrong

all you have to do Is change the D: to C: a few times then your computer gets it and automaticly does it
 

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both parts are formated to NTFS aswell

thought i would add that

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Is there any way that I could move the file D:\\Documents and Settings\\Owner\\My Documents over to C: When I go to startup menu I would like to be able to My Documents in C: Thanks.
 

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Is there any way that I could move the file D:\\Documents and Settings\\Owner\\My Documents over to C: When I go to startup menu I would like to be able to My Documents in C: Thanks.
you could try setting ur other Hard Drive to slave and the other to master it would do that automatically then wouldn't it???
 

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you could try setting ur other Hard Drive to slave and the other to master it would do that automatically then wouldn't it???

How do I accomplish this. Thanks
 

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How do I accomplish this. Thanks
You want to put both drives on the same cable the masyer on top and the slace on the bottom, then set the drive jumpers to the corresponding positions, if you need help finding the jumper setting just let us know what drives you have.
 
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