It'll work depending on a few things. Like, if it writes info into the registry or now. Usually when installing it will have a advanced mode, or show install and it will already have the path there (example C:\Windows\VisualStudio\blah blah blah). Just change the C to a D, or whatever drive you want it to be and install. This will ensure that registry entries are correctly entered and pointing to the correct areas. Like I said, though, it all depends on the program and this may not be needed at all.
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