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Computer doesn't save on Hard drive 'C:' but 'D:'


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I have seen something like this happen with some MS products. I have one internal drive with one partition and one external drive with one partition. When I was installing Visual C++ or C# the installer would ask for space on both drives (much less on the external), even though I selected for it to be installed in my internal drive. Never seen this with Office 07 though.
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Okay, here's some pictures that I tried installing, I forgot to take a picture of it saying not enough space for D:.
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I then picked to be saved in C:, as it is in this picture, then I clicked Ok.
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This is what I want to use, the C: Hard Drive.
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But then I was some how using the D: Hard Drive...
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On second picture, did you click OK?
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Yes.
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Are you installing that program straight from the browser, or you're downloading it first?
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I downloaded it, then installing it.
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I have no idea what's happening here.
Is this the problem only with this very program, or some general issue?
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It happens to any program that I install, and doesn't have enough memory to store. The Microsoft Office was only an example.
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Honestly, without being at your computer in person, I'm not sure what the problem is.
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