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Mount second drive as c:/Users in Windows 7

I just finished my first build. I'm using a 60GB SSD for my programs and operating system. My goal is to mount my 500GB HDD as c:/Users so all media and documents go straight to it.

I already tried these instructions, but that only made me unable to log in to my user accounts...

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Where did you find these instructions? – nhinkle Dec 3 '11 at 4:53
would'nt it be better in terms of performance to just put the actual documents/downloads/music folders on the 500gb disk but keep appdata etc on the ssd? – stijn Dec 3 '11 at 8:48
I found the instructions here.… – b.carroll Dec 3 '11 at 14:05

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Here are a couple of pages I found that discuss this:

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The second link is where I'd go for this - using the Sysinternals Junction command to create junction points for the folders you want to redirect (I've done this with folders such as SoftwareDistribution for the Windows updates, Anti-virus definition updates, Backup logs/databases etc). – misterjaytee Dec 3 '11 at 8:26… ..... I found this as well (the easiest and recommended way) but it says I will still have the users folder in place. I tested it on a picture. I placed the picture on my HDD and deleted it on my SSD (Users folders). It was still on my HDD. Maybe I will do that instead of the hard and risky way. I'm definitely not a pro at all of this as it is my first build. – b.carroll Dec 3 '11 at 14:16
Link-only answers are a no-no on SU, due to future link rot. Please include pertinent information from the links in your question. – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Dec 3 '11 at 15:25

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