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Windows 7: Scyn files dumps in System Drive.

27 Jun 2015   #1
GOUTAM

Windows 7 Ultimate 32Bit
 
 
Scyn files dumps in System Drive.

Sir,

Thank you as you have give me a chance to join you forum. I need you help to get some knowledge. Sir I have two computer one is Desktop & another is Laptop. Mainly I do work in Desktop. I keep all my work in a separate partition, as I think that the works will be safe if by chance I have to reinstall the OS due to any misbehavior of the system. I make a Mapping Drive for my Laptop.
When I synchronize the mapped drive in my Laptop as it may be available when I am not in the network then, my OS Drive (C:\) goes heavy. I had followed that the system keeps some TEMP file in the OS Drive.
May I change the Map Drive Location, as the system will dump the temporary files which is needed for offline work? If so may you please help me for that.

Thanks to all of the forum.

With regards,
Goutam Paul


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27 Jun 2015   #2
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Hey Goutam,

Separate partition doesn't mean much in terms of performance when it is on the same physical drive. Do you have another harddisk that you can use for data?

Unfortunately I can't understand your second question.
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I had followed that the system keeps some TEMP file in the OS Drive.
May I change the Map Drive Location, as the system will dump the temporary files which is needed for offline work?
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