Recently had Dropbox/files switched from C to D drive because D had more storage space on home computer.
1. changes made to files on office computer and laptop are syncing to the the C drive on the home computer. (Dropbox files on the C drive were not deleted). How can I tell Dropbox files to go to the D drive? If I delete Dropbox on the C drive would that solve the problem?
2. Dropbox icon in tray opens Dropbox on the C drive. Same question.
I understand the files in you C drive Dropbox folder are the latest version.
If you have manually copied files, Dropbox won't recognize. If you still have all the files in the C drive, that means you have two copies. You can first delete the files in D drive (otherwise I am afraid, it will conflict when you use the Dropbox Move from settings). Then use the Move from the Dropbox Preferences to move the Dropbox directory from C to D. If you are afraid of data loss, and you have enough space in your D drive, you may rename the already existing Dropbox folder (which you copied to D drive) to something else (like Dropbox_copy or Dropbox_old etc). Later you can delete it once you are sure that all the files are safe in new Dropbox folder after Move.
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