Default copy to slave?

  techy gal 21:39 23 Sep 04

I have 2 hard drives and want to leave C: to contain only the OS and some applications. It is my intention to save documents, music etc on the D: drive.
The D: is set as the slave but I wonder if there is any way I can automatically default save everything to D:
At present I am having to save stuff and then copy it to D: which is a bit of a drag.
Any suggestuions would be greatly appreciated

  interzone55 22:45 23 Sep 04

Your best bet is to move your My Documents folder to the D: Drive.

Right Click on the My Documents icon, in the target box change c:\My Documents to d:\My Documents.

Windows will then offer to move all the files in the current folder to the new location, choose whether this is a good idea, whatever you choose all programs will now think that My Documents is now on the D: drive.

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