On this computer, the harddrive used to be split into two partitions, and the "My Documents" location was changed to "D:\My Documents", but it has recently had the D: partition deleted, the C: extended (The files were backed up), but the OS keeps looking for My Documents at D:\My Documents - and I can't find where to change it, because the folder isn't actually there anymore.
Also, if I try to make a folder called "My Documents" in "C:\Users\<username>" it tells me that the folder already exists, but it doesn't.
What can I do?
EDIT: Also, it's running Windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit. Sorry for leaving that out.
Edited by Seltox, 15 February 2010 - 04:31 AM.