And that usually means leaving all drives connected until the "move" is accomplished.
Hope this helps.
This is a little hard to follow. In Windows 7, there is the option of moving the default location of My Documents to another Hard drive. Well, I had the documents folder in Drive D. I had gotten another HD and moved all the contents of D onto the new drive, then changed the drive letter of the new drive to D after removing the old one. It seems in the process of doing so, my computer lost the location of My Documents, and the only way that I know of the change the location of My documents is through the folder currently set to my documents. Anyone know a way to change the location of My documents without having the original folder that was set to my documents?