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Currently I've Followed this guide.

I pointed my C:\Users, C:\Program Files (x86), and C:\Program Files directories to their respective counterparts on the B: drive.

I used mklink /J D:\Users B:\Users (D was the C: drives name in recovery) but when the computer boots, all I get is that the profile can't be loaded.

I have to accomplish this, and don't really mind reinstalling as its a fresh install anyway.

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