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Post by pineappleincident on Fri 16 Jun 2017, 17:50

Is it possible to move Sims 4 to another drive? Currently, I have it in my C but since the partition is a bit... unbalanced, I'm planning to move the Sims 4 folder to D where it has bigger size. My question is, would it be okay? Would it still work?
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Re: Quick question! [SOLVED]

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Fri 16 Jun 2017, 19:36

@pineappleincident wrote:Is it possible to move Sims 4 to another drive? Currently, I have it in my C but since the partition is a bit... unbalanced, I'm planning to move the Sims 4 folder to D where it has bigger size. My question is, would it be okay? Would it still work?


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Yes you can move it under D: drive as well. Just make sure that you re-create any desktop shortcuts (because if you use old desktop shortcuts, they point to the old folder location on C:, and since the game is not there anymore you can't play). 

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Re: Quick question! [SOLVED]

Post by pineappleincident on Sat 17 Jun 2017, 08:11

@The_gh0stm4n wrote:
@pineappleincident wrote:Is it possible to move Sims 4 to another drive? Currently, I have it in my C but since the partition is a bit... unbalanced, I'm planning to move the Sims 4 folder to D where it has bigger size. My question is, would it be okay? Would it still work?


Hello,

Yes you can move it under D: drive as well. Just make sure that you re-create any desktop shortcuts (because if you use old desktop shortcuts, they point to the old folder location on C:, and since the game is not there anymore you can't play). 

Good luck!  cat
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