SSD + HDD help

Hello Lads,
Today I got my PC up and running! Windows aren't installed because I don't know how to keep only Windows 7 there. I don't want any Users, Program files folders there, because I have another 2TB HDD. I have 64 bit Windows. Help and advice how to keep only Windows folder in SSD are appreciated!
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  1. R3alityzzzzz said:
    Hello Lads,
    Today I got my PC up and running! Windows aren't installed because I don't know how to keep only Windows 7 there. I don't want any Users, Program files folders there, because I have another 2TB HDD. I have 64 bit Windows. Help and advice how to keep only Windows folder in SSD are appreciated!


    Program Files:
    ~----=====----~
    1) Create a new program files folder @ the desired location.

    2) Type “regedit” in the windows start menu search box and hit enter to continue.

    3) Navigate to the following registry key in the Registry Editor:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion

    4) Locate the value named “ProgramFilesDir” and change the default value “C:\Program Files” to your new directory path (address).

    5) Close the registry editor and reboot your system to apply the change.

    Change /%Users% folder:

    http://lifehacker.com/5467758/move-the-users-directory-in-windows-7
  2. Dr_JRE said:
    Program Files:
    ~----=====----~
    1) Create a new program files folder @ the desired location.

    2) Type “regedit” in the windows start menu search box and hit enter to continue.

    3) Navigate to the following registry key in the Registry Editor:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion

    4) Locate the value named “ProgramFilesDir” and change the default value “C:\Program Files” to your new directory path (address).

    5) Close the registry editor and reboot your system to apply the change.

    Change /%Users% folder:

    http://lifehacker.com/5467758/move-the-users-directory-in-windows-7


    Thanks! I did change the Users folder directory now my SSD is fine!
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