Map of the C:/Users and undermaps is hidden in Vista and Windows 7 - How to display this map and find the main card for all the Point of junction of the operating system

I have a problem or two, three and so of...

I'm using a Vista and a Windows 7 computer and both systems hide many different cards when it is installed to even the fact that I have are the only user with administrative privileges on both computers.
And I have to search all over the place for a few guides that can tell me how to:
(1) show all cards like c:/Users/name/*.*
(2) find the mainfolders diffirent behind all the diffirent Junction Points
The two all I can get is someone who tells me to go and Explore/Optins/show/mark ' display all the hidden files and folders and clear Hide protected OSfiles hide known file types names. "
(A Danish BONES that I use for my translations may not be accurate)

That the two Don t unhide/Show map C:/Users and folders/files under this mainmap at all.

So, is there someone who can tell me how I get fuld kontrol and get all the cards and visible files on my private property paid og computers without telling me to try this ot try it?

(1) I'm sorry, but I don't know what you mean by "cards".

(2) to see the junction points in the files they point to and C:\Users\Name, open a command prompt window and type:

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