I have just installed an SSD in my PC and took the opportunity to do a fresh\ninstall of Windows 7 (64-bit).\n\nI wanted to get the entire Users directory off the SSD and onto my spinning\ndisk, to reduce wear to the SSD and also to completely separate OS and\napplications from data, something which I've never been disciplined enough\nto do before. I booted in recovery mode to a command prompt and used\nrobocopy to copy Users onto the spinning disk. I then created a hard\nsymlink from c:\users to f:\users. I rebooted but was unable to log in. I\npanicked*, copied Users back to C and then used system restore to repair. I\nthen instead just manually changed the locations of My Documents, My\nPictures, Temporary Internet Files etc to the spinning disk. (This is not\nideal as a lot of data is still held in the Users directory)\n\nSomewhere along the way (either moving Users and using system restore, or\nrelocating the folders) I have upset IE9. When right-clicking on a picture\nand choosing Save As, it always saves as untitled.png (even if it's a JPEG).\nI've Googled and suggestions include deleting temporary internet files\n(tried that), relocating the temporary internet files folder (done already\nbut tried again), deleting downloaded program files (I have none anyway),\nand changing the setting "Do not save encrypted pages to disk". None of\nthese work.\n\nSecondly, when downloading a file (ZIP, EXE, whatever) it always fails on\nthe first attempt with "this file cannot be downloaded". Re-requesting the\ndownload then works, but the problem is that I sometimes download stuff from\nfile hosts that give you a "one shot attempt" at downloading a file. If it\nfails and you re-request it, you have to go through the process of\nre-requesting the file, entering a captcha, etc etc.\n\nThirdly, whenever saving an EXE file, the extension is removed and the file\nis renamed as FILENAME_EXE not FILENAME.EXE! So .EXE files have to be\nrenamed with the extension restored before they can be run.\n\nDoes anyone know how to fix these annoying problems?!\n\n* I realised later that the reason moving Users hadn't worked is because the\nrecovery console had assigned completely different drive letters to my\ndrives compared to the ones that I get once booted up. I'd created a hard\nsymlink to f:\users but f:\ was actually a completely different drive when\nin Windows!