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Creator 2009


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Can Creator 2009 and all of its associated programs (Videowave, MyDVD, etc.)be successfully moved to an external hard drive? And, if it is possible, how is it done? The internal hard drive on my computer has only 5MB of space left. I would like to devote a large capacity external hard drive to the exclusive use of Creator 2009 and all of its programs and be able to do productions from this external hard drive. Of course the plan also includes moving all of my digital photos to the same drive.

 

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Can Creator 2009 and all of its associated programs (Videowave, MyDVD, etc.)be successfully moved to an external hard drive? And, if it is possible, how is it done? The internal hard drive on my computer has only 5MB of space left. I would like to devote a large capacity external hard drive to the exclusive use of Creator 2009 and all of its programs and be able to do productions from this external hard drive. Of course the plan also includes moving all of my digital photos to the same drive.

 

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Nope, the program must be installed on the system drive. You can move all of your resources anywhere you want them.

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Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. Was having problems with my web server. In any event, thanks for the reponse. I suspected that it couldn't be moved. Guess I'll have to delete some files.

 

First try using CCleaner (free) to get rid of those junk files such as TMP and Temp. Next use Revo Uninstaller (also free) in the Moderate Mode to see what programs you have installed and do not use (there may be a surprising amount). Revo Uninstaller will remove the program using their built in uninstall program and then do a Moderate cleaning of your registry.

 

Again the program has to be on the system drive but everything else can be on an external USB connected drive.

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