I bought a Dell laptop and had it partitioned with C: and D:. My rationale was to have C: as the System drive and D: for data. It was set up with Documents in C: and D: was empty.
So I moved Documents into D: and now I have shadow folders with the nicely coloured icons referring to empty folders in C: and the boring beige folder icons with my data. I tried to fiddle with the registry, but had no success with that. Fortunately I did't wreck anything either. Now I have a mish-mash of repeated system folders that I would like to tidy up, but can't.
It used to be easy with the Amiga - each icon was represented by a file that could be copied and edited. I don't know how to do this in Vista.
Is there any utility that can fix up things like this?
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