The big problem with Fx-Foundry is that whoever put it together, renamed the scripts. which caused lots of problems. For example, they took a couple of my scripts, renamed them, and when someone came along and grabbed an update from me, they now had two versions of the same script under different names. It was a big hassle then and it's still causing problems to this day. Whoever made the decision to rename those scripts, needs to be smacked upside the head.
My advice it to forget about reinstalling FX-Foundry and go grab the scripts you need from the original authors. If you need a specific script that's in FX-Foundy and can't find it, just copy over that script from your FX-Foundy backup.
Gotcha. I did figure out what I was doing wrong, however. When I made the path to the folder, I had fxfoundry, and on the folder, I had a gap between fx and foundry, duh. Thanks for the help guys, appreciate it.