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Windows 7: Data app too large

09 Oct 2015   #11
bigbingo

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hi Mitchell,

I understood very well what you wrote. I have more HD in my coputer. In order to understand how the data grow you should know a little bit how this program function, In case you know Video editing program you will understand that there are many effects like plug in that come with the program, and you dont save the video just the effects. I even contacted the helpdesk of the program but they dont have solution.
BTW in 4 years I collected effects in 50 GB today I bought a new drive 512GB which I believe will last for at least 4 years,
Thanks for your support


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10 Oct 2015   #12
Alejandro85

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Your duplicated thread already has a possible solution, specifically in Post #9 where it mentions the chance of mounting a NTFS partition in an empty folder of your C drive. This could easily trick any program. Have you tried that?

Besides, another option could be using a Junction Point. In short, you replace your "effects" folder with a junction pointing to another drive. Any program will believe its accesing C, while in fact being silently redirected to the junction target, possibly in another drive.
Just move the whole folder to another drive, then create a junction that will take the place of the original folder.
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