Also see: How to Move Files to Your Home Directory
Move files out of your profile Edit
- Open your H: Drive.
- You can open you H: Drive by clicking on the start menu
- Then click on My Computer. (See picture on left)
- Once in my computer click on the H: Drive, the drive with your name. (See picture on left)
- Once you are in your H: Drive locate the folder named Windows NT 5.0 Workstation Profile and/or Windows NT 5.1 Workstation Profile. You may only have Windows NT 5.1 Workstation Profile, or both. (Both of these folders, and all the files within them, will be deleted). See picture on left
- Starting with the Windows NT 5.1 Workstation Profile folder, double click it to open it.
- Move any important files in this folder, and any subfolders, to your H: Drive. (For directions on how to move these files to your H: Drive, see step 6)
- Be sure to check the Desktop folder, Favorites, My Documents, and any folder with you name (ex YOUNAME"s documents). See picture on left
- If you find a file you need to keep move it out of the Windows NT Workstation Profile folder and put it in the root of your H: Drive.
- To move files to your H: Drive, while keeping the window open with the files you want to keep, repeat steps 1-1 to 1-3. (Go to start, click My Computer, open your H: Drive).
- Once you have you H: Drive open, and the folder open with the files you want to keep, drag and drop the files from old location to the H: Drive. See picture on left.
- Repeat the process for the Windows NT 5.0 Workstation Profile if necessary