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I have a small problem my C drive with my P3d V4 is full but my D drive has a lot of space.  Is there a way to install Aerosoft professional and mega scenery on my D drive without getting a error stating it can not find my simulator. Please help.

 

 

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Yep, i have done this:

 

1. On the new drive, make folder called scenery.

2. Start the installer and point it to that new folder, only a few bits will go to the p3dv4 folder, like aerosoft folder with a few bits, the rest will be on the new drive.

 

Ask if you dont understand.. :)

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Just one thing to note:

A full C: drive is not a good thing to have on an OS as it uses this for swap-space and you will probably suffer from performance issues.

the better solution would be to migrate your Flight sim program to another drive. 

 

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