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Notebook 14-CM0104u
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Hi! I have a concern. I was changing the location of my system folder when I accidentally merge the folder to another. I can't remember what folder was that but ever since, all the names of the system folder change. Can someone help me out? here's a picture of what happen:system folder.png

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@jugikz 

Here's the order the folders SHOULD be in, inside your Users/<usrname>/ folder:

Desktop - desktop icon

Documents  - document icon

Downloads -- downward arrow

Music - music icon

My documents

Pictures - picture icon

 

You can't actually MERGE folders; instead, what you probably did was move one of those folders INSIDE an existing folder.

 

You will have to find the embedded folder and move it back out under the Users/<username>/ folder

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 What I can remember is moving the location of the folder and then this happened. I'll try to do what you told me though. Thank you. 😊

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