Hoping someone can help me out. I have a new computer that is only 4 months old. I have been saving everything I do to C drive (120GB) like I have always done, now it is full and I cant work on it anymore. I have a D drive that is 2TB so I copied all my documents, photos etc to that drive to free up space on C drive. Now when I try and open up any file on D drive I get the following message
"Please reconnect the device that has the file location, or choose a new folder. In the meantime, content will be saved in the corel default location. You can move the content after the file location is restored' Can anyone tell me what that means and what I need to do. Thank you
I have the Home and Student version of CorelDraw 2019 and the solution below do not work because there is no "Settings - Global - File Location" available. However, I found, by searching the Registry for CorelDraw and then File Locations, that the faulty entry could be changed so that all the file locations were the same and the message disappeared.
North2South said:However, I found, by searching the Registry for CorelDraw and then File Locations, that the faulty entry could be changed so that all the file locations were the same and the message disappeared.
Thank you for sharing this. In many cases, it's much harder to find information about the "Home and Student" version.
If you do much digging around in the Registry, then check out the NirSoft RegScanner tool.
The last time I set up a new Windows machine, I made a donation to Nir Sofer, because some of the tools he shares are so very, very useful.