[SOLVED] OneDrive has replaced my local Documents folder?

Netherspark

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I'm not sure how to explain this, I have no idea how or why it's happened but the "Documents" folder in the left-hand File Explorer pane has been replaced with a OneDrive folder. So I have one Documents folder in /Users and and another in /Users/myname/OneDrive which has completely superceded my main local Documents fodler.

I've just done a fresh install of Windows and it's done this by itself.

Can someone help me figure out how to put it back to normal? I've already uninstalled OneDrive but it made no difference. It's completely taken over my folder.


Never mind, I sorted it out via the registry and then nuked onedrive...
 
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