I plan to install an msata SSD drive on my notebook to hold windows and programs, while keeping data files, the users directory, etc. on the old HD.
It would be easier if I could continue to refer to the data files as c:\whatever, even though they are physically in d:\whatever.
If I understand correctly, the best way is to create a junction, such as
mklink /j d:\whatever c:\whatever
Do I then just move the old directory and all its subdirectories to d:\whatever, using windows explorer or something from the command line? Or would create circularity problems?
Windows7x64 Pro, if that matters.