Can CloneBD be Installed on Non (C) Drive?

Discussion in 'CloneBD' started by brawlman, Nov 15, 2020.

  1. brawlman

    brawlman Active Member

    Couldn't find in any threads, forgive me if posted in the wrong area...

    Is it possible to Install CloneBD on a drive other than (C:)?
    In short, I have a Asus Hyper M.2 x16 Gen 4 Card in RAID-0 with 2Tb, in which I want to utilize the faster read/write speeds over the NVMe M.2 PCIe 4.0 card the OS (C:) is on. Is this possible? AnyDVD allowed me to, but CloneBD and Anystream do not (Install button grayed out; even after uninstalling both).
    (https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboard-Accessories/HYPER-M-2-X16-GEN-4-CARD/?SearchKey=hyper/)
     

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  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    My guess it's because the path was "Emptied" and it can't install the files in the drive root. Try changing it by manually creating a folder or changing the path to E:\CloneBD or E:\Program Files\CloneBD
     
  3. brawlman

    brawlman Active Member

    I was able to install it, but it doesn't seem to respond when I try to open it... So it's in a shell, with no way to run the program...
    AnyDVD installs on to the (E) drive, but it also installs directories (Redfox) on to the (C). So, it would seem that something is missing that allows the CloneBD to install a directory within the "Elaborate Bytes" folder of the (C)?
    Also, CloneBD opens, but becomes "not-responding"?
     
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  4. brawlman

    brawlman Active Member

  5. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Please elaborate. I don't understand, what you mean. CloneBD installs and runs fine from non-C drives.
     
  6. brawlman

    brawlman Active Member

    1) had to create a program folder as Ch3vr0n mentioned above
    2) the main issue I believe was installing onto the non (C) drive while my malware program was running.
    This caused CloneBD to have a very delayed response opening up, but now is working fine.
    I was guessing that when originally installed that it didn't migrate some files over to the (C) drive. I noticed that with AnyDVD, after the install to the non (C) drive it installed some files to the (C) drive.
    Hence, thinking CloneBD program folder created was like a non functioning folder, or a "shell"...
    I've since loaded All of the essential programs on to the non (C) drive that is an Asus Hyper card PCIe 4 with Raid 0. This seems to speed up the read/writing to the NVMe M.2 Ssd used...

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