Small problem occuring after changing Drive letters

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Gordon, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. Gordon

    Gordon Guest

    Vista Home Premium SP1
    Two partitions on HDD. For some reason, after having inserted a USB memory
    stick, the two partitions became C: and E: with the memory stick as D:
    I renamed the stick to G:, and renamed the 2nd (data) partition back to D:.
    All is working OK except - the Documents link on the Start Menu is empty,
    its Properties are empty. How do I get the Documents link on the Start Menu
    to point to the Documents folder?
    Also If I click on my user name link on the Start menu there are several
    white "folders" with no names that I cannot seem to delete.

    Any solution?
    Gordon, Sep 9, 2008
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  2. Gordon

    Alias Guest

    I'm sure Frank will be along soon to help you. He's the resident Vista
    expert, just ask him.

    Alias, Sep 9, 2008
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  3. Gordon

    Frank Guest

    Oh! Why don't you help him rather than junk up this ng with your psycho
    babble? Oh...I forgot you're nothing but a lying linux troll! You're too
    stupid and far too broke to afford Vista so how could you possibly help
    anyone in this Vista general ng with Vista problems? can't!
    Get lost troll and don't bother to come back this time.
    Lying linux loser!
    Frank, Sep 9, 2008
  4. Gordon

    Frank Guest

    Right click on the documents link in your start menu and go to
    properties/location and point the link to the location of your actual
    documents folder.
    Frank, Sep 9, 2008
  5. Gordon

    Alias Guest

    And when he removes the memory stick and it reverts back to "D", do it


    Alias, Sep 9, 2008
  6. Gordon

    Alias Guest

    I knew you would following me like the little stalking puppy troll that
    you are.

    Alias, Sep 9, 2008
  7. Gordon

    fb Guest

    You're a lying linux cockroach who runs for cover when I turn the lights
    fb, Sep 9, 2008

  8. Change back what you did?

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  9. You can use this for persistent drive letters:

    Synapse Syndrome, Sep 9, 2008
  10. Gordon

    Ringmaster Guest

    Another classic example of how screwed up Windows REALLY is. It can't
    by itself always remember drive assignment letters due to sloppy
    programming, but some little no name application can. Laughable.

    Naturally Frank will scream Vista is the best OS ever. Sure, right.
    Only to the uninformed and fools.
    Ringmaster, Sep 9, 2008
  11. Gordon

    fb Guest

    Name a desktop OS that is better than Vista Ultimate!
    fb, Sep 9, 2008
  12. Gordon

    Ringmaster Guest

    XP. Smaller, generally faster, no pain in the ass UAC.

    Frank is always such a idiot. He fell head over heels for the most
    expensive version of Vista. Marketing hype. Only uninformed pinheads,
    MS fanboys and village idiots buy Ultimate. Microsoft's own TechNet
    web site shows why buying Ultimate is foolish for 99.9% percent of
    users. I wonder how many here got suckered. <snicker>
    Ringmaster, Sep 9, 2008
  13. Gordon

    Frank Guest

    If you believe that is true, then why are you using Vista and not XP?
    Are you insane?
    I'm not the one who thinks XP is better than Vista and yet doesn't use
    XP, and yet can't get his one little install of Vista to run properly.
    That idiot would be you!

    He fell head over heels for the most
    I'm not the moron who said, in this ng, that he needed Vista Ultimate
    yet was too cheap to spend the extra 20 bucks for it and instead got
    Vista Business.
    That moron would be you.

    Only uninformed pinheads,
    hehehe....that's funny, seeing as how you yourself said you needed and
    should have gotten Ultimate?
    Are you crazy or what?

    Microsoft's own TechNet
    Well maybe I'm not 99.99% of users. And I doubt that your 99.99% of
    users are the real 99.99% of users.
    I think your nuts!

    That's funny, I don't see any reference to your quoted "99.99% of users
    don't need Ultimate" at that URL.
    Did you just make up that number?
    Frank, Sep 9, 2008
  14. Gordon

    Ringmaster Guest

    I NEVER said any such thing. Typical of Frank to lie his dumb ass off.
    You are LYING Frank. Nothing new about that, that's what you always
    Ringmaster, Sep 9, 2008
  15. Gordon

    fb Guest

    Liar! Try google,(if you know how!).
    Sorry, but maybe that dementia is further along than you first
    indicated, but your words are on google.
    Have bubba find them for you.

    Nothing new about that, that's what you always do.

    Hey bozo, your words not mine.
    So why are you using Vista if you think XP is better?
    fb, Sep 9, 2008
  16. Well doofus, since you're making some inference you know how to use
    Google and you claim I said what you claim, the ball is in your court
    to prove it. Naturally you'll just crawl away on your belly tail
    between your legs like you always do because you're nothing but a damn
    Frank's Keeper, Sep 10, 2008
  17. Gordon

    Frank Guest

    Sorry loser, you said it, you look it up.
    I don't really give a rats ass!

    Naturally you'll just crawl away on your belly tail
    Naturally you can't truthfully respond because I've caught you (as
    usual) in another one of your lies.
    Best you get that dementia checked!...LOL!
    Frank, Sep 10, 2008
  18. Gordon

    Ringmaster Guest

    There you go again. YOU said I said it. You simply can't stop lying
    can you. When asked for proof, you just bluster and make more false
    statements. That's you MO. You do it constantly every time you get
    caught in one of your lies.
    Ringmaster, Sep 10, 2008
  19. Gordon

    Frank Guest you panties all in a bunch? Hey bozo, have bubba google for
    you, as you obviously can't!...LOL!
    Frank, Sep 10, 2008
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