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Installing Origin on C:\ and having games on both C:\ and D:\ ?

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2 years ago#1
So can it be done? Obviously for storage restriction reasons I don't want all my Origin games on my SSD...really just want BF3 on it (since I have it currently on my standard HDD and noticed the load time difference from when it was on C:\ previously).
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2 years ago#2
http://www.gamespot.com/forums/topic/29328090/installing-origin-games-on-second-hdd

See if that works for you.
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2 years ago#3
yes you can install games to different directories with origin. it was actually one of the good things origin had over steam until recently.
2 years ago#4
johnny_pay posted...
yes you can install games to different directories with origin. it was actually one of the good things origin had over steam until recently.


could you elaborate? all I see are work arounds, nothing "in-house" that allows for that.
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2 years ago#5
you can use steam mover. Or you can install origin into c:/ and when you've installed the games you want on C:/ you change your directory to D:/

the games installed on c:/ arent moved but are still functional.
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