it could be that you have changed the location of downloads to point to d:\quick access
from a command prompt type dir d:\ you probably don't have a 'downloads' folder but a 'quick access' folder
windows is confusing you since it has associated the downloads with quick access in explorer
ok just saw your directory you don't have a downloads folder in reality
right click on downloads select properties, location now you will see which one it is pointing to
I would first create a folder downloads on drive d: using command prompt
now change the location to d:\downloads in the properties
and say yes move the files
I am not sure if I did what you asked correctly.
Please don't say that. That will really annoy me to see the different location path on these 2 specific folders while the rest is showing up properly like the Music folder.
Full video of changing the location https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CXvqnif5rWZXvY_ttbc0EfE0aFt6CCzT/view
Ignore the previous videos https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YeFJYNYZtClUXiY5Ko-9BMEhZc3UxNHZ shows it better
So are you saying that there is nothing you can do to help fix my problem? Please help me or at least tell me what to ask tech support of Geek Squad on the phone what needs to be done?
What you suggested will put me way behind on productivity and be without my computer for few days something that I can not afford to be without.
Am I understanding you correctly with you suggested . Is it the same as reformatting everything and putting it back again just like buying a new computer.
I hate myself. it's all my fault. I was just trying to save space on the C Drive and use the 2 TB D Drive for as much as I can. That's why I had asked them to transfer things to D drive from C drive.
how did those items get onto your desktop? did you drag it from file explorer to the desktop?