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moving LRC files from C to D drive

New Here ,
Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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My C drive is becoming very full so I would like to move all photos to D drive on same machine.  I have looked at community and view seems to vary from can't be done, to there are gremlins.  Any thoughts how to do this very welcome.

 

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LEGEND ,
Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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It can be done. (Where did you see it can't be done?) No gremlins if you do it right.

 

Follow the instructions in "Part 2 — Updating Folder Locations" of this document. Copy your folders to the D drive, without moving them around, keeping the exact same hierarchy as on the C: drive. 

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Thank you - I shall try this.  It seems the advantage of this approach is that one can check whether/what/how things have moved before deleting from original drive.  I shall let you know how this goes!

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Yes, good luck. 🙂

 

It really is extremely simple.

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