I just installed a new 64 gig SSD in my computer. I also have a 2T secondary hard drive. The SSD is not big enough to contain all the stuff that will eventually be in "My documents", i.e. under "users" so I need to move the users directory to my secondary hard drive but have windows behave as it were in its original location. I did some research and found the following technique which seemed plausible (and several people said it worked for them) 1. Install windows normally. 2. After install, boot from installation disk. 3. Get into the command prompt by clicking "repair". 4. Use robocopy to copy c:\users to d:\users. The command line should be: robocopy c:\users d:\users /mir /xj /copyall 5. Verify all files copied successfully. 6. Delete c:\users. Command line should be: rmdir /s /q c:\users 7. Delete c:\documents and settings. Command line should be: rmdir "c:\documents and settings" 8. Create junction to new users directory. Command line should be: mklink /j c:\users d:\users 9. Create junction for the old "documents and settings". Command line should be: mkdir /j "c:\documents and settings" d:\users 10. Restart computer. Note: When in recovery mode the disk drives end up with different drive letters than what the normally have. Consequently my SSD drive which is "C" became "E" and my hard drive which is "D" became "C". Confusing, but I adjusted the above commands to reflect this. All seemed to go well until I rebooted. The computer booted up fine, but when I entered my password to log in windows complained that it could not find my profile. Since I could not log in at all I was forced to re-install windows. Supposedly, this is doable and I NEED to do it asap as my SSD will not hold all the stuff that will eventually be in "users". What did I do wrong? Please help!