So basically, my external hard drive decided that it wanted to go to heaven, taking everything with it. Included in this was my Steam installation (I installed it to my external because I was having some problems with my C drive.) So now I'm trying to reinstall Steam on my main drive, and it's automatically directing the installation to my F drive, which doesn't exist, and failing. For some reason, Steam shows up in my C drive programs and features, but when I go to uninstall it, it tries to yank it from the F drive and of course, fails. Is there a way to change the directory so that my new Steam install will go to my main drive? As far as doing it during the attempted installation, it doesn't even let me get far enough to choose a path before it gives me an error message and experiences a "fatal error." Also, how can I get the faulty Steam completely off of my comp before I do that? (So it doesn't show up in my programs and features.) Also, I run Windows 7 32bit Professional.