Source Control using wrong folder

I created an MVC project in my Documents folder on my C drive and then added it to Source Control.  The Source Control version is mapped to a different folder on my C drive (CorporateProjects). Everything was going fine, I was checking in and getting latest from Source Control and it was updating to and from CorporateProjects as it should.  I'm not sure what went wrong, but it started updating the original project in my Documents folder instead.  Things I have tried are 1) removing any additional Workspaces 2) unbinding everything and making sure the binding only goes to CorporateProjects. Now when I do a get-latest, it gets latest but, when I try to build, it gives me errors saying the source files can't be found in my Documents folder. I've made sure the LocalPath maps to CorporateProjects.  How can I make it look for the files in CorporateProjects instead of the Documents folder?
sg1 capricaAsked:
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MishaProgrammerCommented:
To make the current directory a working folder for an existing workspace on your computer, type tf workspace workspacename, where workspacename is the name of the existing workspace. The Edit Workspace dialog box appears. Click click here to enter a new working folder, type the server path for which you want to map the current directory in the Source Control Folder box, type the current directory in the Local Folder box, and click OK.

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sg1 capricaAuthor Commented:
It was already listed correctly.  Please see attached:

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sg1 capricaAuthor Commented:
Another weird thing I noticed is the .suo file is *NOT* updated in the Documents folder but all other changes *ARE* updated in the Documents folder.  And the .suo file *IS* updated in the Corporate Projects folder while *NO OTHER CHANGES* are updated in the Corporate Projects folder.
sg1 capricaAuthor Commented:
I ended up checking out the entire solution from Source Control, overwriting it with the latest changes that were located in my Documents folder, and checking it all back in.  Also kept the latest suo file from the CorporateProjects folder (although I don't know if this mattered.)

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sg1 capricaAuthor Commented:
I ended up checking out the entire solution from Source Control, overwriting it with the latest changes that were located in my Documents folder, and checking it all back in.  Also kept the latest suo file from the CorporateProjects folder (although I don't know if this mattered.)
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