Note, this topic was made from reconfiguring the default save location in the Documents library of Windows 7. Not from moving the Documents folder from within the properties window.
I reconfigured Windows to have my Documents folder on my giant D: drive HDD instead of my C: drive SSD, but I noticed The Sims 3 still put its data in the old location.
I have learned about symbolic links from another question on here that should solve the problem for The Sims 3, but if other Origin games have the same problem of ignoring the new Documents location configuration I'll want to set up the symbolic links differently. If they do, can I just make a symbolic link for both the entire Electronic Arts and EA Games folders, and not have to worry about them putting data on my C: drive again?
This question is not about The Sims 3 itself and I have already found out how to solve The Sims 3 issue. This question is about if other Origin games will have the same problem — I simply want to know if other games will give the same problem so I don't have to do the symbolic link thing more than twice.
The guide I used to reconfigure the my documents location is here for anyone who needs it. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/move-the-my-documents-folder-to-another-drive/a41eaabb-2c5b-4502-85ba-fd49a007fd82