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Hard Drive only linked to desktop

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by blokbros, Nov 11, 2018.

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  1. blokbros

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    Hello,

    So In the process to try to move some stuff over to a large HDD drive I want to store general use files on. I accidentally only allowed files on the desktop to store on my HDD. I have an SSD that I want only games and my operating system on, but now I have all of my stuff on my SDD and cant fit anything extra on there. How do I make it so I can move all of my files on my SSD to my HDD. Also What is the minimum operating files i need on my SSD for my computer to run the same speed? Thank you all!
     
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    What did you do that stops you moving files not on the Desktop ? What happens if you try to move a file that's not on the Desktop ?

    You will have to leave all the Windows files on the SSD, you can normally move data like pictures, videos and documents onto another drive though.
     
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