Restoring default Documents & Music folders Vista

  spras 14:59 14 Feb 2008

I have recently got 2 software issues that I believe to be related to the same issue. Firstly Adobe Audition began having a problem on starting it up which through the Adobe User Forums Users have traced to the use of a changed default Documents folder in Vista. Furthermore iTunes will not load giving the error: "The Folder 'iTunes' cannot be found or create and is required. The default location for this folder is inside the 'Music' folder" which, I'm told, is related to a corrupted/changed registry key relating the Vista default My Music folder.

I use an H: partition for my Documents and E: and K: partitions for music, I do not believe I did change the default locations merely moved all relevant files to these drives. I cannot locate the default My Music folder meaning I probably rid myself of it (as it was empty and redundant to me anyway), my default Documents folder appears to be there which makes this slightly more confusing. What I believe to be my best bet, unless anyone has other ideas, is to restore these folders either manually (I think that should work?) or via the registry. I don't know the default name/location of the Documents and Music folders (I have an idea but am not definate) and I don't know how to go about changing the relevant registry keys if that proves to be the required solution.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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