Can I change the location of my system restore? Tags: Configuration SSD Hard Drives System Restore Windows 7 Last response: October 29, 2011 7:02 PM in Windows 7 Share rcfant89 October 29, 2011 6:51:22 PM I read that system restore hurts the performance of your SSD (as well as takes up valuable space), however I still would like the feature as I am constantly tweaking and don't want to lose everything. I have a 64 gig boot drive ssd and a 1 tb HDD. Can I disable my system restore on the SSD and create a system restore on my HDD where space is a non issue? More about : change location system restore inzone a b $ Windows 7 October 29, 2011 7:02:08 PM I would create a system image on to the larger hdd and restore from that. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Location of system restoration files Forum URGENT- Need help saving XP. Looking for system restores .exe location Forum Trying to locate "System Restore Points" (Windows XP) Forum SolvedHow to Change Default Install Location solution SolvedHow to change the install location of a large file that is transferred via Homegroup solution Solvedhow to change download folder location solution SolvedHow change TEMP Files Location WIN 8 PRO? solution SolvedHow to change Defualt Installation Location in Windows 8 solution Cannot do system restore--no changes have been made to your computer XP Forum SolvedNeed to change new disk FS location without affecting data Forum change the location of one Word document from the C drive solution Problem changing available space for System Restore Forum Firefox download manager won't change saved location solution How do I change the default location of my downloads from my C Drive to B Drive? solution How to change PC to home location solution SolvedChanged Folder location, now seen as HDD solution [Suggestion/Question] How To Change Location Of The Box That Shows Subbed Threads Forum Solvedback up programs for system wipe and full restore solution SolvedSystem Restore Problem? solution SolvedSystem Restore on Windows 7 Professional but.... solution More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !