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JoeSore
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I can't change the install path completely.

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12-20-2013 03:57 PM

I wanted to Install the Inventor, but i got a SSD with only 90 GB storage. Something between eight and nine GB remaining.

This isn't enough to install it, so I changed the installation path to the other hard disk.

But it doesn't want to install everithing on the other device, i can only "save" 4 GB. Other 14GB will still be installed on C:.

Now I wanted to ask, how I can change the install path completely that every data will be saved on the hard disk.

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Re: I can't change the install path completely.

12-21-2013 04:52 AM in reply to: JoeSore
Many parts of many programs, including this one, need to be and must be installed on your PC's primary OS C: drive.
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Re: I can't change the install path completely.

12-22-2013 08:13 AM in reply to: JoeSore

So I haven't any other way than change to another device with more storage?

I mean to install Windows on a new SSD and then install everything there.

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