Re: [Simply Computers] Question ON Partitions
- Thanks Vincent; for the help.
In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Vincent Winterling"
> I'm assuming you uninstalled the programs on the c:\ partition and
> reinstalled them to k:\? It would be typical for some of the filesto be on
> both drivers. Some program files must be in the operating systempartition
> for them to run effectively, but the majority of the program is onthe k:\
> Vincent Winterling
> Vineland, NJ
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> Subject: [Simply Computers] Question ON Partitions
> I added a partition (K); and moved some files and programs from C:
> drive. When I go to my computer and open C; and K: drives; it
> that some of the programs are on both drives. Is that possible? Ithey
> uninstalled them from C; and reinstalled them on the K: drive. If
> are on both drives; can I delete them from C: drive. Thanks.
- Thanks Armando; I will use the links that you provided, for any
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "avbsantos2"
> In email@example.com, "William Paul McCoy"
> <pmb4852@> wrote:
> > I added a partition (K); and moved some files and programs from
> > drive. When I go to my computer and open C; and K: drives; itappears
> > that some of the programs are on both drives. Is that possible? Ithey
> > uninstalled them from C; and reinstalled them on the K: drive. If
> > are on both drives; can I delete them from C: drive. Thanks.after
> > William
> Which version of Windows are you using? Is it still working even
> moving the files and programs?System's
> Were the moved items previously installed programs?
> You can delete anything into the trash bin because you can always
> restore it.
> In order to safely move files and programs from the Operating
> partition to any other place you can use either COA2 or Appmover soas
> to make the necessary changes in the path to the applications withinof
> the system's registry and the various ini files.
> You move the files or directories and these programs inform Windows
> the change in path.or
> Both of these applications explain what I mean in their readme file
> on their websites. FREE!
> Yes, COA2 works fine with XP SR2: