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How Do You Change Destination Drive For 'content pack'

how can you install the "Content Pac" to the D: drive where Nero is installed... I've limited space on my C: drive... and 'content' is nearly a gig... are you able to just move it to the D: drive or...... ? I've un installed it twice and I've not been able to find a link or command where I can change install destination... :) thanks for your help.. Scott
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  • That's a good question Scott.
    When I originally installed Nero (Nero 12 at the time) , I did a custom install to my d: drive of the "main" Nero software, then the content pack. It automatically went to the D: drive.

    When I installed Nero 2015 this year, I installed via custom install to D: drive and reinstalled the content pack, which also automatically went to D:drive.

    So, I don't know how the content pack "determines" where to install itself, it must pick up the path to the main Nero software somehow, but I don't know how it does that exactly ... it will be interesting to hear back from Nero techs about how this works, and whether there is a way to move the content pack files successfully.
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  • Since the normal path to a Nero suite files and content pack is C:\Program Files (x86)\Nero, I would assume that installing the content pack would result in the installer looking for the equivalent path when the suite is installed on a different drive or partition. There were problems with installing any of the suites on an alternative drive some years ago and it was fixed. I suppose this behavior would be part of the fix.
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