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jcushing.cc
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Moving C drive files

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10-28-2012 04:29 PM

Hello,

 

I just installed Revit Arch. 2013 on a drive other than C. My C drive is nearing capacity and I would like to make some more space. It still installed files in my C drive under ProgramData\Autodesk that include subfolders shown in the attached picture. Is it possible to move these over to another drive?

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DannyHubbard
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Re: Moving C drive files

10-29-2012 05:03 AM in reply to: jcushing.cc

Check out the following post, should help you out.

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Installation-Licensing/Can-t-Install-on-a-non-bootable-Hard-drive/m-p/...

 

Thanks,

Danny



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Re: Moving C drive files

10-30-2012 07:00 AM in reply to: jcushing.cc

You can probably free a lot of space on C:\ by moving your %TEMP% location, your paging swap file, and disabling your hibernation file.  I suspect that would free up close to 10GB of space alone.  Reducing your browser cache along with some other basic cleanup can free up tons of space. 

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