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I want to install it on a different drive, how do I change it so it isn't using my c drive?

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If it is already installed you have to uninstall it completely ..and reinstall it ..and when you do that see that after you open the installer and run it ..it shows the oath for the director to install...change the director by introducing the new path or just browse for one..and after that click next ..
I hope you understood the procedure..its easy ...just delete the path to C /program files..and choose by browsing the other drive ...or if it has no browsing possibility ..insert the address(location for teh director folder ) manually . D:\new folder
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