I've just upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 on my Microsoft Surface Pro. OneDrive is telling me it cannot use the current location I had configured in Windows 8.1, which was located on my 128GB SD-card.
I've tried the usual suspects with the mklink command-line utility to create a symbolic directory link from C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive to D:\OneDrive like:
mklink /d C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive D:\OneDrive
mklink /j C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive D:\OneDrive
mklink /j C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive2 D:\OneDrive mklink /d C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive2
Nothing works. When I open OneDrive, it asks me for the location of my OneDrive folder, which I the point to
C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive, however, it keeps saying:
Your OneDrive folder can't be created in the location you selected.
I'm now in the middle of creating a
.VHDX on the SD-Card, and mounting that in
C:\Users\xxx\OneDrive, which I presume will work; however is there a nicer way? Perhaps some registry tweak? Perhaps a big hammer?