You said you want all the data under the Awasu installation directory?
(*) Make sure your account has been renamed properly. Open Computer Management (in <tt>Control Panel|Administrative Tools</tt>), open <tt>Local Users and Groups|Users</tt> and make sure both the <tt>Name</tt> *and* <tt>Full Name</tt> columns are set to the new account name.
(*) Set up your <tt>Users</tt> sub-directory exactly how it was before i.e. everything on one sub-directory, named the same as your new account name.
(*) Make sure you've removed any entries you've added to the global DEBUG.INI file while fiddling around with this.
(*) Remove all Awasu sub-directories from <tt>Documents and Settings</tt>. You should check the <tt>Application Data</tt> and <tt>Local Settings</tt> sub-directories for each directory you find therein.
(*) Start Awasu.
Awasu always checks the <tt>Users</tt> sub-directory for user's data files before going to <tt>Documents and Settings</tt>. If you are asked to enter your license key, it means it hasn't found the <tt>Users</tt> sub-directory.
If all else fails, set your global DEBUG.INI file (in the Awasu installation directory) to look like this:
where XXX is your new account name i.e. the same as what's in your <tt>User</tt> sub-directory