Where are window 7 program files (x86) Tags: iTunes x86 Hard Drives Windows 7 Last response: December 24, 2011 4:07 PM in Windows 7 Share paulydo December 24, 2011 3:51:08 PM I want to copy programs eg itunes into a separate hard drive. The files are in Programs (x86). Where can I find it More about : window program files x86 mcnumpty23 a b $ Windows 7 December 24, 2011 4:05:32 PM double click my computer--double click drive c--you only have Program files (x86) if running 64bit windows--on 32bit its just program files KelvinTy December 24, 2011 4:07:14 PM In order for them to work, you need to reinstall them and "specifying" the installation destination... Simple steps: Uninstall what you want to move. Read and change the install destination when you reinstall the program. Restart and there you go. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Can\'t find Program Files ( x86 ) after moving to another drive Forum Why does my windows 7 have program files and ( x86 ) program files ? Forum Do i need to save program files x86 if i restore from d drive Forum Problems moving Program Files and Program Files ( x86 ) Re: relocate program files Forum How to create program files ( x86 ) folder Forum Folders - Program Files & Program Files ( x86 ) Forum Program Files ( x86 ) not showing up in start menu Forum Upgraded from windows 7 64 bit to windows 8 32 bit. Can I remove Program Files x Forum Windows 7 on ssd boot drive and user files program files on normal HD Forum Best way to "upgrade" from x86 to x64 Win 7 Forum Windows 7 64-bit - Programs in X86 Forum A " Program Files ( x86 )" question Forum X64 or x86 ? Forum Window 7 this copy is not genuine Forum HP1007 PRINTER DRIVER FOR WINDOW 7 FREE DOWNLOAD Forum [Solved] Microsoft Agent for Windows 7 x86 Forum Free driver software display dell insprion 1150 for window 7 Forum Programs and files on SSD vs HDD for max performance... Forum If my program wont download from the disk does that mean the disk is bad? Forum Moving programs files from old Win7 HDD to new Win7 HDD Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !