That's how I save documents so I'll just continue doing it the same.
The Libraries I am referring to are located at: Click on my computer, on the left you'll see favorites etc.
Below that Libraries:
They reside on the C: drive, I'd like to move that to D, not copy but actually move it to D:
Another question: Since I made the name changes to the partitions, my Image that I created as a backup would have to be redone? If I need to restore from it, it has a copy of the botched partitions, so should I delete that Image and make a new Image of the C: drive, or can I leave that alone?
As to the "library" folders you want to move, I should clarify something I said earlier...which was that Windows wouldn't allow it. That's not entirely what I meant. In fact the way that reads is actually dead wrong.
You can move them, you just can't delete them...now why would one want to do that lol...Lemme tell ya.
I had developed a habit of ignoring the Windows "documents, music, video" folders and creating my own folders, then wanting to delete the originals. That's what Windows wouldn't allow lol...so, forgive my "mis-speak" there. You can also see, I've grown accustomed to referring to these as "Documents and Settings", which was their title in the old Windows XP operating system.
So anyway, since it seems you want to keep the folders that Windows created, then moving them is just a matter of navigation. What you should do first is to create the folder where you want them moved. Next, navigate to:
C:\Users\You User Profile Name...there you'll see your documents, music, and video folders. To move them, just right-click each one, then select "Properties". In the properties box, click the "Location" tab. There, you'll click the Move
button and navigate to the folder you created.
don't try to navigate there using any other method. Simply right-clicking on "My Computer" and trying to right-click the listed "library" folders there won't yield the same result you're looking for...if you try this, you'll find that you won't be able to locate a "Location" tab in the properties box.
I'd always opted to just ignore those folders. Empty, each is only 4kb which is a virtual wisp of smoke, so I always just left them alone and created the folders I wanted to use on my storage partition.
To address your concern about the image file, you should delete those for all other partitions but Windows. The Windows partition hasn't changed since you installed it...it's still C and it's still the same 50 gig size so that one should be fine.