How to upgrade to Windows 10 1903 with Users and OS on different drives?
I'm currently on Windows 10 1803 and I would like to update to 1903.
I have an Ausus FX503VD which has a 128GB M.2 SSD and 1TB HDD. I initially installed Windows 10 on the SSD (C:) and changed the Program Files and Users path to point to the HDD (D:). I did this because I migrated from a single drive PC whose Users directory was well larger than 128GB. So I though I could separate the operating system and other files and also take advantage of the SSD for faster startup while at it.
I was able to update to 1803 without a problem but now when I attempt to update to 1903, I get the following screen:
The languages are all the same: en-US.
It's obvious it's because of this change, yet I have been using this PC for a long time now that if I changed the Users path back to point to the C: drive some programs might break and I don't know which ones.
By the way, for the Programs Files directories, I simply created symbolic links from C:\ to D:. I couldn't do that for the Users directory because when I installed Windows on C:\ it created the default Users folder there.
Is there a way to force the update without losing my settings and files rather do an upgrade? And in the even that I do change the settings back, would I break access the Program Files and USers on D:\ due to incompatibility issues?