Moving Windows Media Player from SSD

  tony-guitar 10:09 AM 09 Mar 13
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Hi, my pc is 7 months old. It has a 120Gb SSD primary drive that Windows 7 Home Prem is installed on and last time i looked there was under 50Gb free space left. However, alongside the SSD is a 1Tb HDD that's virtually empty by comparison. I've downloaded Picassa 3 to it and now put my photos there instead of using Windows' gallery. And so to my question. Can i put my music collection onto the HDD but still use WMP to play/rip/burn etc, or even move WMP to the HDD to do this? Alternatively, is there something similar that i can install on the HDD that will do a similar job to WMP, ie, store my collection and burn to cd if req (i have some vinyl i want to store too)? Thanks - Tony

  bremner 16:02 PM 09 Mar 13

You can store the media on the 1TB drive but keep WMP on the SSD.

All you need is to point WMP to the music files in its settings.

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