Is there a simple way to restore Vista’s default folder structure?Locked
I recently installed a new, larger hard drive in my Windows Vista Business laptop and decided to move my data (Documents, Favorites, Music, Videos, etc.) from my former, smaller system drive to my new logical D: drive to keep the data safe in case my system drive became corrupted or acquired a virus. But, while I was attempted to move the folder locations, the contents of my IE Favorites folder somehow got mixed in the same folder as my Documents and created a bloody organizational mess.
Is there any SIMPLE way to recreate the old, default Vista folder structure, so I could move my files back to their default locations and then attempt to properly move them in the D: drive again, or is my only option creating a whole new user account to regenerate the default folder structure, moving my files into the appropriate folders in the new user account and then deleting the new account?
Also, is the easiest way to move all my data folders just to move my user account name folder from c:\Users to D:\Users, or do I need to move each data folder separately?
Thanks in advance for your help!