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Second hdd query

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Hi, I have two hard drives one obviously has all my software on (C:), I use the other for saving my home movies/photos on (F:). I use Pinnacle, what I want to know is can I transfer all the software i.e. Pinnacle onto the second hdd (F:)rather than having it on my master hdd (C:). When I installed the software it automatically saved itself on C: can I save it on F: and any suggestion as to how I can do this? When I save my home movies whilst I am editing them I save them onto F: but it still save files with transitions in onto C:
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No, not without reinstalling them.

At that point, the setup routine should provide you with an opportunity to pick your directory, but you cannot simply move the directory from c to e.
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