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iammykyl [Avatar]
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Hi.
Using PD16, installed to it's own drive (P)
Using 2 OS installed to their own drives, 8.1 (C), 10 (E)
When booting to 8.1 save path is (C:/)
When booting to 10, (E) drive letter and path becomes (C:/), I understand this behavour.
Is there a way, when booting to 10, to get around the problem of accessing work that was saved while working in 8.1; [error., not found etc] and visa versa?
Thanks. iammykyl
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optodata
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The obvious answer is to save all your porject files (and all media clips before creating projects) on a common system drive (such as P:), and avoid saving anything PD needs on either of your C: drives.

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iammykyl [Avatar]
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Thanks, I have considered that, would that mean changing the drive letter in app data, presently,
> C:\Users\Iammykyl\Aplication Data\Roaming\Cyberlink ? Would the sub folders be created? iammykyl
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optodata
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Yes. PD automatically creates all the subfolders for its internal processes. None of them are needed outside of the app and you don't have to worry about them.
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Quote Yes. PD automatically creates all the subfolders for its internal processes. None of them are needed outside of the app and you don't have to worry about them.

Thank you for taking the time to help.
Michael.
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