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How to move Users folder in Windows 7 to another drive in order to save space in SSD main drive? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Moving users folder on Windows Vista/Seven to another partition I've just assembled a new computer and I am using an 120GB SSD as the main drive and a regular 1TB disk to hold ...
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Move Windows 7 user-directory to D:\user [duplicate]

My user-directory is located at C:\Users\user. Is there any way to move it to a different hard-disk? I'm having some trouble with free disk-space.
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Set “Users” to be on drive D: instead of drive C: during installation of Windows 7 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Moving users folder on Windows Vista/Seven to another partition I am planning on doing a re-installation of my Windows 7 (Home Premium) computer and I would like to set it up ...
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permanently move the c:\Users folder to another partition in windows 7 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Moving users folder on Windows Vista/Seven to another partition I have a small fast install of windows 7 on an SSD drive. I would like to move the c:\Users folder to another ...
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I'm trying to conserve SSD space & want to move User Accounts to HD [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Moving users folder on Windows Vista/Seven to another partition I have a newly installed Windows 7 install on an SSD, and have about 17GB free before adding any users or any ...
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Can I move Windows 7 C:\Users more easily using 2 installs of Windows 7? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Moving users folder on Windows Vista/Seven to another partition I am trying to move my Windows 7 C:\Users folder off of my 64GB SSD onto another drive (A partition on an hard ...
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Moving User Folder from C drive to D drive [duplicate]

In every windows OS, the User Profiles will be automatically created on the C: drive. We would like to migrate the user profile to the D: drive because then the data it will be saved in outr backup ...
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How to change the default user location in windows 7 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Moving users folder on Windows Vista/Seven to another partition I have been looking around and I figured out how to change the default program files location to D:\ and I ...
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How move user data onto “Data” disk, while leaving boot disk for OS only [duplicate]

At the risk of asking a duplicate question (a few searches yielded no good question/answer), and after messing this up royally myself (User Profile Service failed the logon after unplugging non-OS ...
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How can I move my user profile on Windows 8.1 64 Bit? [duplicate]

I have two hard drives C: solid state with the operating system installed and D: for back up. I would like to move my User profile from C: to D: to free up space on C: Can anyone tell me how to do ...
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Move user folders to secondary drive in windows 10 [duplicate]

I've got a notebook with a rather small SSD and a large secondary HDD. Now I want to install Windows 10 so the Userprofiles (c:\Users) are stored on the secondary HDD, since there is more space. I ...
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Moving users folder on Windows Vista to another partition - bad idea?

I am aware of two questions - one here and one on serverfault which ask HOW to do this. I even provided answers myself, having done it a few months back. But now I'm having second thoughts. My plan ...
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Problem after moving users folder on Windows 7

I've just tried to move my users folder to another drive on 64-Bit Windows 7 Ultimate. However, I can no longer log in as I get the error message: "The User Profile Service failed the logon. User ...
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Windows Installation and user profile path

I am just about to format my computer as I'm a frequent "clean type of person". The problems while installing Windows is that I always have to manually change location for my user files to d:/user ...
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How can I make some space on drive C:?

My setup from the factory (Asus eee top) is as follows: C: - 40GB - Windows Vista D: - 181GB - data Right now there is 677MB free space on C:. Can I clear out some stuff? What should I clear out? I ...

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