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Just install windows on the SSD and call it D when installing, it will be fine
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Just install windows on the SSD and call it D when installing, it will be fine

Wow, okay that solves my problem!!! Thanks everyone for your help!
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Just install windows on the SSD and call it D when installing, it will be fine

That almost solved my problem. In Windows 7, when you're running the local disk, it automatically calls it C:. I have seen pictures where people are running their local disk as D:, but when I go to change my local disk drive letter to something else but C:, it says that it is unable to do that.

Question: How do I rename my local disk drive letter to something else but C:?
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You do this during install.
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You do this during install.

And at what step do I specify that I want it as, let's say, the D: drive?
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I dont remember, i think during the format/partition part.
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I'm running W 7 Ultimate SP1 with all the language packs and 34 programs including Photoshop, Apache, MySQL Developers kit, PHP, Java Development Kit, and Eclipse in 31.4 GB and I have 24.3 GB free space in my 55.7 GB C: partition. That's on a system with 16 GB of RAM.

Three keys: 1) Data and caches and temporary files are on another disk. 2) I eliminate hiberfil.sys ("powercfg /hibernate off"); and 3) I moved pagefile.sys to another disk.

I set my C partition so small with an eye to the future so I could clone the OS to a pair of 60 GB SSDs running in a RAID 0 configuration for performance. Based on this I could run a triplet of striped 40 GB SSDs for triple speed. You don't want to thrash an SSD with a page file. Pagefile and hiberfil are about the size of RAM, so I save 28 GB of C: partition space with key 2 and 3 above.

Do this, leisurely, on a case by case basis, step by step, until you are ready:

1) Use microsofts Disk Management to shrink the C partition on your 1 TB drive some and then use diskpart to allocate the free space as two partitions.

2) Label the two partitions Data and Cache and assign drive letters to them, like D and E.

3) From time to time move some of your data into Data and make any appropriate links as needed (media libraries, WinAmp playlists, etc.).

4) When you run a program, take a few minutes to point its temporary files and cache files to subfolders in the Cache directory.

5) The goal is to get Data and Cache as big as you can. So every so often, shrink the C partition some and grow the Data partition with most of the new space and grow the Cache partition a little.

This way you can squeeze your C partition over time without trying to do in a single huge period of time.

When you have your C partition squeezed down to an affordable size of SSD, pull the trigger to obtain it, and clone it to the SSD. You'll be able to do that confidently and quickly and efficiently.

Always backup your files including the OS and system files so that they always exist in three copies (three drives) with one off-site.
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I'm running W 7 Ultimate SP1 with all the language packs and 34 programs including Photoshop, Apache, MySQL Developers kit, PHP, Java Development Kit, and Eclipse in 31.4 GB and I have 24.3 GB free space in my 55.7 GB C: partition. That's on a system with 16 GB of RAM.
Three keys: 1) Data and caches and temporary files are on another disk. 2) I eliminate hiberfil.sys ("powercfg /hibernate off"); and 3) I moved pagefile.sys to another disk.
I set my C partition so small with an eye to the future so I could clone the OS to a pair of 60 GB SSDs running in a RAID 0 configuration for performance. Based on this I could run a triplet of striped 40 GB SSDs for triple speed. You don't want to thrash an SSD with a page file. Pagefile and hiberfil are about the size of RAM, so I save 28 GB of C: partition space with key 2 and 3 above.
Do this, leisurely, on a case by case basis, step by step, until you are ready:
1) Use microsofts Disk Management to shrink the C partition on your 1 TB drive some and then use diskpart to allocate the free space as two partitions.
2) Label the two partitions Data and Cache and assign drive letters to them, like D and E.
3) From time to time move some of your data into Data and make any appropriate links as needed (media libraries, WinAmp playlists, etc.).
4) When you run a program, take a few minutes to point its temporary files and cache files to subfolders in the Cache directory.
5) The goal is to get Data and Cache as big as you can. So every so often, shrink the C partition some and grow the Data partition with most of the new space and grow the Cache partition a little.
This way you can squeeze your C partition over time without trying to do in a single huge period of time.
When you have your C partition squeezed down to an affordable size of SSD, pull the trigger to obtain it, and clone it to the SSD. You'll be able to do that confidently and quickly and efficiently.
Always backup your files including the OS and system files so that they always exist in three copies (three drives) with one off-site.

Thanks a lot, but I can't squeeze 651GB into 55GB, it's just not possible for me, and what I do.

I really need to find out how to change this drive path...

Im sorry that all of that wonderful how-to stuff is going to waste, so I gave you some REP, lol. I didn't know how to thank you...
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Always backup your files including the OS and system files so that they always exist in three copies (three drives) with one off-site.

Obsessive much?
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Obsessive much?

No.

Businesses that don't backup two copies so there are three (one off-site) tend to be the kind that go out of business.

People who keep only one copy of their stuff tend to end up on forums crying asking if there is a way to recover a dead drive's data any cheaper than $2,000.

Three drives are much cheaper. I have files and code and pages from my old web sites that go back to 1995. Get used to backups and active archiving. This is the 21st century. When Thailand dries out this summer, data storage will resume getting cheaper and cheaper all the time.
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