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    Windows Vista copies user folders to other drive

    Recently I have upgraded my Operating System from Windows XP to Windows Vista. I had set D drive as default for saving user files. After installing the new OS, the system copies files in C drive. Why this happens?



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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: Windows Vista copies user folders to other drive

    Hello Friend,

    When We Have Install OS Any Drive Than That Is The Default Directory For All Files Like System Files, User Files etc.
    So If You Have Install The OS In The C: Drive Than All Files Reach In The C: Drive, But You Make Change When You Want

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    KJanarthanan91 Array
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    Re: Windows Vista copies user folders to other drive

    Hello dude,

    => Every operating System Consider User files drive as C drive.
    => You may check the drive letters only change, the contents are not changed.

    Enjoy.,

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