|03-29-2011, 12:43 PM||#1|
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Install on D: Drive
Is it possible to install NT7 on D: drive instead of C:? If so are there any special things I need to do?
C: is my main drive where OS is located but it is an SSD drive so I want conserve space.
I would like to put it on my D: drive where I put most of my application files. My D: drive is not a network drive.
Sorry if this has been answered somewhere else in the forum I could not find it. I saw some info on network drives but was not clear regarding putting it on another regular system drive is okay.
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