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#1 levicastle


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Posted 21 March 2008 - 03:37 AM

I only have like 33 gb of memory left on my C Drive. I have a few things (a game, and some virus software) that I want to download. I have about 62 GB of memory available on my D Drive. I want to know how I get the new software I want to download to go onto the D drive, and If it is on the D drive will it still run and function properly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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#2 Monty007


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Posted 21 March 2008 - 08:46 AM

Hi, no probs everything will run fine. Lets say you want to install a game on d: When you insert the cd you will get a install box showing where it is to be installed by default (it may look like this) c:\Program Files\newgame or similar So when installing software you can change the install path manually just click in it and change the c: to d: and you can remove the program files path as well. So lets say you make a new folder on your d: drive and call it stuff and you want to put your new game in the stuff folder on d: it may look like this d:\stuff\newgame
Hope that helps a bit.

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