How do I set "Documents" to point at folders on the D: Drive.?
A bit of background on what I'm trying to achieve. My PC has three 1TB hard drives. One is for operating system(s) with partitions for Win7-32bit, Win7-64bit, WinXP, and someday Unix. The other two are mirrored to be a single D: drive. I DO NOT desire any data of my own to reside on the C: or system drive. If that drive fails I don't want to lose my data. The OS's can be reinstalled from CD's and the application programs from either CD's or an "Install" folder on the D: drive. In the last 3 months I have had the bad luck to loose 2 system (C:) drives on two different PC's running XP with mirrored data drives, so nothing much was lost other than the days it takes to setup everything.
Windows 7 uses library's. Also I know there is a command line "exe" that can redirect folders, but I don't remember the command, nor do I know much about how to use it.