how to change install from c drive to d drive

May 15, 2011 at 12:09:10
Specs: Windows XP
my notebook automatically installs everything onto the smaller c drive and i want to change that to the bigger d drive howdo i do that? i;ve tried to download a tool from asus but it hasn't made any difference the file is there and unzipped but hasn't had any effect what am i doing wrong or not doing?

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May 15, 2011 at 12:15:38
If D drive is NOT your restore partition but just another storage partition all you need do is choose custom install and change the path to D:\xxxxxxxx.

Using custom or advanced install also allows you to select or deselect modules to install. Sometimes you can highlight the path shown and just change the C to a D, leaving the remainder of the path intact. Sometimes you can browse and change to D at that time. If you are asked to create that folder say yes.

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May 15, 2011 at 12:23:51
ok. I've been trying to download itunes and it says insuficient space on c drive, chose another driver so i try to do that and it doesn't accept the command just keeps telling me there's insufficient space on the c drive whis showing me th othr options - it's driving me crazy!

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May 15, 2011 at 12:37:50
I don't use itunes so I can't speak to that program except to say itunes does restrict what you can do with downloads so maybe you need to move the folder you store itunes files to the D drive.

I suggest you go to the itunes site and look at their FAQ list for possible help. Or maybe they have a forum on their site.

If itunes is your only issue then let it download there. Just move other files to the
D drive. Post what you see in My Computer for total and free space for both the C & D drives.

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