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User Profiles - Relocate to another Partition or Disk


Kari

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That worked as you said it would but - I am now trying to upgrade to windows 8.1 and I get a message that says "Sorry it looks like this PC can't run Windows 8.1. This might be because the Users or Program Files Folder is being redirected to another partition." (the code is 0xc1900102). I only redirected Users (as you recommended).

Any thought on how I can upgrade to 8.1?
As have been told several times in this thread, you cannot upgrade if some of the system folders (Users in this case) are located outside the system drive.

The question has also been answered several times, for instance in this post: http://www.eightforums.com/tutorial...ate-another-partition-disk-40.html#post328764. (See the bottom half of that post, my answer to member ScottThePilgrim​.)
 

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marvin

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Ok

I wrote anther script to redirect back to c:

I understand that I cannot redirect now that I have upgraded to 8.1

Seems like the "solution" in your tutorial is a bit irrelevant now that Windows doesn't allow this kind of thing.
 

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Kari

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I wrote anther script to redirect back to c:

I understand that I cannot redirect now that I have upgraded to 8.1

Seems like the "solution" in your tutorial is a bit irrelevant now that Windows doesn't allow this kind of thing.
How does it make this "solution" (wondering those quotation marks you used?) irrelevant? This method works as described for all of those installing either 8 or 8.1 or getting a new computer shipped with 8 or 8.1.

Also, when upgrading 8 to 8.1, if you had bothered to browse this thread a bit more instead of just jumping to the end of it to post your questions and opinions, you would have found this post to explain how to work around the "no sysprepping an upgraded Windows" rule; although answering another question, it tells exactly what to do to make sysprep work on an upgraded Windows 8 & 8.1.

So, I fail to see irrelevancy of this method. It works well and has helped quite a number of users.

Kari
 

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mikel023

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I've used this on my windows 7 pc and it work flawlessly but, everything has messed up after I ran a check disk and system restore. Windows gives error stating that it doesnt recognize the users folder plus, startup programs stops working including the explorer.exe. Those errors occurs everytime I login. Does refollowing this procedure will solve the problem? I'm worried that it may overwrite the existing users folder. I do not have any spare drive so I cant backup my files.
 

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Kari

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Are you talking about Windows 7? In that case post your issue in here: User Profiles - Create and Move During Windows 7 Installation - Windows 7 Help Forums

If this process is done properly, both CHKDSK and System restore work without issues. Please post a more detailed problem description either her (Windows 8) or following the link above (Windows 7). You need to tell everything what you have done, any error messages you get and so on.

Kari
 

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    6 GB
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mikel023

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Yep, I'm talking about Windows 7.

I'll repost my issue there along with details.
 

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adolphus

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Can be possible to move Program Files and Program Files (x86) changing first the registry keys and then, move with robocopy?

I can't figure out how to move Program Files and Program Files (x86) with this method :-(
 

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Kari

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Can be possible to move Program Files and Program Files (x86) changing first the registry keys and then, move with robocopy?

I can't figure out how to move Program Files and Program Files (x86) with this method :-(
Hi Adolphus, welcome to the Eight Forums.

Moving Program Files and Program Files (x86) to another location than system drive is so absolutely, utterly bad idea, however experienced user you might be, that I refuse even to discuss about it. If you want to break your Windows, make it unusable, there's lots of easier methods to do it.

Kari
 

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System One

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    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
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    HP ENVY 17-1150eg
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    1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor
    Memory
    6 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 Graphics
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    Beats sound system with integrated subwoofer
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    17" laptop display, 22" LED and 32" Full HD TV through HDMI
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    Hard Drives
    Internal: 2 x 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive 7200 rpm
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adolphus

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Hey Kari, thanks for the welcome :)

I don't believe that moving these two folders break Windows. I mean, If registry has the control over the paths, I don't understand why I'm going to make my Windows unusable.

Anyway, I don't want to have in my ssd another stuff that it'll not be Windows, that's why I want to move these two folders...
 

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    ASRock P5B-DE
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    2x 2Gb Kingston DDR2 800MHz
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    ATI Sapphire Radeon HD 6850
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    1x HP 2311x | 1x Philips 170S
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Kari

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You are of course entitled to do whatever you want to with your Windows. However, in Windows 8, the Users folder is the only system folder which can be relocated without issues. That's all I have to say about this subject. Really.
 

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    HP ENVY 17-1150eg
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    1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor
    Memory
    6 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 Graphics
    Sound Card
    Beats sound system with integrated subwoofer
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    17" laptop display, 22" LED and 32" Full HD TV through HDMI
    Screen Resolution
    1600*900 (1), 1920*1080 (2&3)
    Hard Drives
    Internal: 2 x 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive 7200 rpm
    External: 2TB for backups, 3TB USB3 network drive for media
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    As Envy runs a bit warm, I have it on a Cooler Master pad
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    Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser (bluetooth)
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adolphus

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You are of course entitled to do whatever you want to with your Windows. However, in Windows 8, the Users folder is the only system folder which can be relocated without issues. That's all I have to say about this subject. Really.
I'll take this advice. I'm sure I can do that with Windows 7, but who knows...

Thanks you so much for your help, Kari :)
 

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    Intel Core2Quad [email protected]
    Motherboard
    ASRock P5B-DE
    Memory
    2x 2Gb Kingston DDR2 800MHz
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    ATI Sapphire Radeon HD 6850
    Sound Card
    Integrated
    Monitor(s) Displays
    1x HP 2311x | 1x Philips 170S
    Screen Resolution
    1980x1020 | 1280x1024
    Hard Drives
    1x Crucial M500 120Gb
    1x WD Blue 500Gb
    1x Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 1TB
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    Tacens Radix V-750
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    AeroCool VS-3 Gaming
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PawelC

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Kari,

Many thanks from this user. Great tutorial.

Don't know whether it was mentioned before. It seems that there is a price to pay for moving users directory to another disk or partition - this breaks system restore functionality, at least it did for me on win8.1. Everything else seems to be working.
 

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Kari

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Hi Pawel, welcome to the Eight Forums.

Before upgrading or restoring, simply reverse the procedure: relocate Users back to C: using the same answer file with Sysprep, just changing the destination folder from X:\Users (X = whatever drive you selected to put your Users folder) to C:\Users between the <FolderLocations> tags.

An example: relocating Users to X: as told in this tutorial, <FolderLocations> tags look like this:
Code:
[COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]<FolderLocations>
[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]     <ProfilesDirectory>[/FONT][/COLOR][hl][SIZE=4][COLOR=#800000][FONT=verdana][B]X[/B][/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE][/hl][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]:\Users</ProfilesDirectory>
[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]</FolderLocations>[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]
[/FONT][/COLOR]
And when moving Users back to C: for restore or in-place upgrade:
Code:
[COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]<FolderLocations>
[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]     <ProfilesDirectory>[/FONT][/COLOR][hl][SIZE=4][COLOR=#800000][FONT=verdana][B]C[/B][/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE][/hl][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]:\Users</ProfilesDirectory>
[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]</FolderLocations>[/FONT][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][FONT=verdana]
[/FONT][/COLOR]
Kari
 

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System One

  • OS
    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
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    Laptop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    HP ENVY 17-1150eg
    CPU
    1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor
    Memory
    6 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 Graphics
    Sound Card
    Beats sound system with integrated subwoofer
    Monitor(s) Displays
    17" laptop display, 22" LED and 32" Full HD TV through HDMI
    Screen Resolution
    1600*900 (1), 1920*1080 (2&3)
    Hard Drives
    Internal: 2 x 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive 7200 rpm
    External: 2TB for backups, 3TB USB3 network drive for media
    Cooling
    As Envy runs a bit warm, I have it on a Cooler Master pad
    Keyboard
    Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser (bluetooth)
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    Logitech MX1000 Laser (Bluetooth)
    Internet Speed
    50 MB VDSL
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    Maxthon 3.5.2., IE11
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    Windows Defender 4.3.9431.0
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    Windows in English, additional user accounts in Finnish, German and Swedish.

Shadly

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Kari,

I installed Windows 8.1 Pro, used your method to "trick" it to allow Sysprep, and moved the Users folder to my HDD following these directions. Everything works with no issues except for the Metro Apps. I've done a lot of other things since relocating the Users folder (i.e. optimize the system for using an SSD, installed drivers, etc.), so I'm not sure if relocating the users folder is to blame.

When I try to install an app using windows store, I get a 0x80070005 error, and all the existing apps hang at their splash screens when I try to open them.

Could this be related to moving the Users folder? If so, is there a way to correct this?
 

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Kari

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Hi Shady, welcome to the Eight Forums.

Sysprepping an upgraded Windows is not supported by Microsoft for this exact reason. It might just not work. My recommendation is to move Users back to C: and check if Store Apps work; if yes, then it's better to leave them there, if not then the reason is something else. See my previous post in this thread about moving Users back to C:.

Another option would be a clean install with 8.1 ISO burned to DVD or USB.
 

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System One

  • OS
    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
    Computer type
    Laptop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    HP ENVY 17-1150eg
    CPU
    1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor
    Memory
    6 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 Graphics
    Sound Card
    Beats sound system with integrated subwoofer
    Monitor(s) Displays
    17" laptop display, 22" LED and 32" Full HD TV through HDMI
    Screen Resolution
    1600*900 (1), 1920*1080 (2&3)
    Hard Drives
    Internal: 2 x 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive 7200 rpm
    External: 2TB for backups, 3TB USB3 network drive for media
    Cooling
    As Envy runs a bit warm, I have it on a Cooler Master pad
    Keyboard
    Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser (bluetooth)
    Mouse
    Logitech MX1000 Laser (Bluetooth)
    Internet Speed
    50 MB VDSL
    Browser
    Maxthon 3.5.2., IE11
    Antivirus
    Windows Defender 4.3.9431.0
    Other Info
    Windows in English, additional user accounts in Finnish, German and Swedish.

Shadly

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I figured it out:

Any user profiles set up before you relocate the drive are messed up afterwards. You have to use the last user profile that you set up after going through OOBE after sysprepping. The way I read your original write up, it says to delete the profile you set up after sysprepping (i.e. what you refer to as the "Test" profile). It didn't matter what profile I used when I relocated under Windows 8, all the apps still worked, but I guess it does matter for Windows 8.1 Pro.

Thanks for the write-up.
 

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    Windows 8.1 Pro

Clucky

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I followed this tutorial about a month or two ago, but ran into an issue when my computer's "cleanup program" decided it was going to delete a few vital parts of my registry. Now every few boots my USB 3.0 ports stop working and I have to go into windows recovery to fix it. It is extremely aggrovating, so I am wanting to just start with a (sixth) fresh install of Windows 8.1. I do not want to have to recreate my Users directory in my d:\ drive, so is there a way that I can follow your setup guide and keep the same users subfolder? Thanks
 

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    Intel Core i7-4770k
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    MSI Z87-G45
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    8GB DDR3-1866
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Kari

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I am wanting to just start with a (sixth) fresh install of Windows 8.1. I do not want to have to recreate my Users directory in my d:\ drive, so is there a way that I can follow your setup guide and keep the same users subfolder? Thanks
Sorry but that's not possible. You need to move all your personal user files and folders (for each user, also Public if you have used it) away from D: then delete the whole Users folder. The drive you are using as the new location for Users cannot have any traces of any system folders from any previous installs.

The best is to format the whole D: drive while installing, prior to relocating.

The procedure is simple:
- Copy all user files and folders to an external storage
- Reinstall, enter Audit Mode as told in tutorial
- When in Audit Mode, format D: drive (if not formatted while installing)
- Run sysprep as told in tutorial
- When installation has finished, copy old user data back to D: to respective folders

I followed this tutorial about a month or two ago, but ran into an issue when my computer's "cleanup program" decided it was going to delete a few vital parts of my registry. Now every few boots my USB 3.0 ports stop working and I have to go into windows recovery to fix it.
Please, in the future forget all possible "magical" disk and registry cleaners. They do more harm than good.

Kari
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
    Computer type
    Laptop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    HP ENVY 17-1150eg
    CPU
    1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor
    Memory
    6 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 Graphics
    Sound Card
    Beats sound system with integrated subwoofer
    Monitor(s) Displays
    17" laptop display, 22" LED and 32" Full HD TV through HDMI
    Screen Resolution
    1600*900 (1), 1920*1080 (2&3)
    Hard Drives
    Internal: 2 x 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive 7200 rpm
    External: 2TB for backups, 3TB USB3 network drive for media
    Cooling
    As Envy runs a bit warm, I have it on a Cooler Master pad
    Keyboard
    Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser (bluetooth)
    Mouse
    Logitech MX1000 Laser (Bluetooth)
    Internet Speed
    50 MB VDSL
    Browser
    Maxthon 3.5.2., IE11
    Antivirus
    Windows Defender 4.3.9431.0
    Other Info
    Windows in English, additional user accounts in Finnish, German and Swedish.

Kari

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I forgot something really essential from the previous post:

In no circumstances do not copy the hidden system folder AppData located in each user profile folder (Users\Your_Username\AppData). It and its subfolders contain installation specific application data which can totally ruin your new install when the new AppData is replaced with the old one.

What this means is do not simply copy everything inside Users folder and back it up to external location, then after new installation copy it back. Instead copy only your own content like Pictures, Documents, Videos, Music and other files and folders you have created.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
    Computer type
    Laptop
    System Manufacturer/Model
    HP ENVY 17-1150eg
    CPU
    1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor
    Memory
    6 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 Graphics
    Sound Card
    Beats sound system with integrated subwoofer
    Monitor(s) Displays
    17" laptop display, 22" LED and 32" Full HD TV through HDMI
    Screen Resolution
    1600*900 (1), 1920*1080 (2&3)
    Hard Drives
    Internal: 2 x 500 GB SATA Hard Disk Drive 7200 rpm
    External: 2TB for backups, 3TB USB3 network drive for media
    Cooling
    As Envy runs a bit warm, I have it on a Cooler Master pad
    Keyboard
    Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser (bluetooth)
    Mouse
    Logitech MX1000 Laser (Bluetooth)
    Internet Speed
    50 MB VDSL
    Browser
    Maxthon 3.5.2., IE11
    Antivirus
    Windows Defender 4.3.9431.0
    Other Info
    Windows in English, additional user accounts in Finnish, German and Swedish.

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