Can i move this file?

  ZEROTOLERANCE 19:44 31 May 2004

i want to change the address of the MY MUSIC folder from the C drive to the F drive, but i have a partioned drive (10+10=20gb)is it as simple as just renaming it and changing C to F?
and what about all the music thats stored there?

i await your advice.


  ZEROTOLERANCE 20:02 31 May 2004

the other query is, at the moment any music files i download automaticaly go to C\MY MUSIC, will they know to go to F\MY MUSIC when its changed? or will i have to change something?

  Fruit Bat 20:05 31 May 2004

Use explorer to drag and drop your My Music folder to F drive: Check that the files still work in your media program by double clicking on.

Then delete My Music from C drive

Use the option/tool menu in your music prog (music match. winamp)to change where it stores the music files

  spikeychris 20:06 31 May 2004

Fruit bat are you sure that works?? what happens at a reboot?

  Irishman 20:08 31 May 2004

I think that Windows just recreates the My Music folder in the C drive on a reboot.

  ZEROTOLERANCE 20:08 31 May 2004

Fruit Bat thanx but, yes what happens?

  spikeychris 20:10 31 May 2004

I cant see how you can move the my music folder but you can move the my docs folder...

If you were to right click the My Documents folder on the Desktop or Explorer and
choose Properties you can
then change the Target Location to whatever you want. The location would be
F:\ Therefore all My Documents
folders are like follows:

f:\My Music

f:\My Videos

  ZEROTOLERANCE 20:10 31 May 2004

it wont wipe out all the contents then?

Will it???

  ZEROTOLERANCE 20:13 31 May 2004

wouldnt it be easier then, to just move the whole my documents folder to the F drive??

  ZEROTOLERANCE 20:15 31 May 2004

drag and drop it into the F drive i mean,

  spikeychris 20:16 31 May 2004

Don't think you have much choice...

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