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Hi Guys,

Hope you can help me on this. Due to lack of knowledge I have crashed my computer a couple of time, well probably more then a couple. In so doing everytime I bring it back to life; I start a new directory and longer files. At one point I attempted to move all like files into one directory, but instead got file names like: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Administrator.000\Administrator.001\Owner.Rocks\Owner.Rocks.001\My Documents\

Is there any way that I can localize the Administrator's files, the owners files and directories to one or maybe two directors for all 6 or seven branches off this tree
to consolidate all information into one big box. I am the administrator of my computer and I know it should not take this long for a file to come up.

My OS is Windows XP Home Edition, with approximately 63% unused space.

I just want to steam line my system. Any one got any IDEAS on how I might accomplish This.

Thank you for taking the time to read my post.

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