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Old 05-25-2012, 01:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just recently built a new PC which ive chosen to go with an SSD as my primary drive for my OS, and a TB drive for everything else. but thats where i run into my problem. as using the SSD for my "C" drive and having installed windows on it, is there any possible way to use the SSD strictly for the OS and set up my HDD for everything else? ie Movies, pics, games. i dont want to have to wear down my SSD from stupid randoms.
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Check the tutorial forums. There are a few nice write ups on how to do that. I would link to them but it's a real pain using the phone app.
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sweet thanks!

yea didnt find anything in the TF tutorials section on what i needed, unless im blind i only saw 14 tuts
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Maybe im pointing you in the wrong direction. I definitely found one in here let me look again.


Edit - Member tutorials and reviews first post at the top by Corrosive
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Redirecting Program Files and Program Files(x86) in Vista/Win7.
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