|04 Oct 2012||#2|
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During the install of most all programs, whether a Game or any other type of program you are given a choice of where to install them, to which drive in your system. Just change the Drive letter from C:\ to D:\ or whatever drive letter you want.
Sometime, with certain programs, you have to Select Custom Install to be able to change the install location, but it is normally always changeable.
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