Installing iTunes on a secondary drive, not on my Win7 C: drive


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    Installing iTunes on a secondary drive, not on my Win7 C: drive


    I recently had to clean install Win7 on my laptop. C: drive is an 80gb SSD which has my OS and I also have a 500gb HDD which I want to install programs so that I can save valuable space on my SSD. I can't remember the procedure I used to install and configure iTunes, which prior had been on the HDD which is now empty.
    I'm sorry if I Posted my question in the wrong section. Thanks for any help or suggestions
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  2. Posts : 21
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    Anyone have any thoughts or point me in the right direction???
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  3. Posts : 5,656
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
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    Haven't installed it in a while - can't you customize where you install it?
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  4. Posts : 21
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    Pryor to reformatting my SSD I had iTunes on the secondary HDD but for the life of me I can't recall how I had it setup. ITunes it's self takes up enough space but what's worse is all the files associated and updates and such. Maybe someone that's had this issue will see this and be able to help. Thanks for the reply.
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    I am planning on installing it on friend's PC today (depending on if I will have time for it). If so, I will see how to change the user folders that actually take up space (music/apps library etc). The program itself doesn't take much space.
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