Solved: where to save A. Sysinterals & B. BSOD app if I've moved My Documents

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rudhawk

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I just saw to BSOD Posting instructions - I ran the BSOD file collection app - but I had moved My Documents to another drive & I'm getting the message:
There is a problem with the Environement variables on this system.
Unable to determine the location of the Documents or Desktop folders.

Copy and paste the following information to the
forum where you are receiving assistance:
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Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]

HomeDrive C:
HomePath \Users\Rudy
Userprofile C:\Users\Rudy


How do I work around this?
 
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