Default C drive to D Drive

March 2, 2013 at 12:29:09
Specs: Windows 7
Asus x55a laptop 64-bit
Windows 8
Trying to move my movies and music over to where there's more space on the D drive to make my stuff automatically place there.

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#1
March 2, 2013 at 15:45:19
OK, you didn't ask a question so what is it you want from us? As long as D: isn't the Recovery partition, create a couple of folders & start storing your files there. It's pretty basic stuff, do you need an explanation of how to do it?

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#2
March 2, 2013 at 21:02:48
I need an explanation on how to do it. I'm pretty sure I know how I'm just not familiar with how the inside of the D: drive looks compared to my C: drive and I would like to not mess something up.

So, How would I go about storing my libraries in my D: drive instead of my C: drive?


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#3
March 2, 2013 at 23:40:43
Please see the MS Support Engineer's response or this tutorial for a more complete relocation of your libraries.

Please be advised that you will do the above at your own risk. First create a refresh point before you do anything else. To create a refresh point, make a folder called backup at another drive, say D:\backup. Then open a command prompt with admin rights and give the command

recimg /createimage D:\backup

This command will create a CustomRefresh point and register it as the official refresh point.

If anything goes wrong, you can refresh your PC to the state before you have messed it up.

CoolGuy


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#4
March 3, 2013 at 06:32:23
Before doing anything, you need to determine what the D partition is. If it's the Recovery partition, do NOT use it for storage! What is the size of your hard drive? How many partitions are there & what are the sizes of these partitions?

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