My question is regarding Visual Studio .NET installation to a different drive letter. I changed the install path...
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to f:\, change environment variables to f:\, and f:\program files\. And yet VS.NET still wants to install things to c:\. I purposely partitioned my drives so I could control things with ease, and in case of crashes or viruses and such, things could be moved, and reinstalled without issues.
So my question is: Taking the above into account, how do I install VB.NET onto a different partition/drive, and not have anything go to c:\ put the shortcuts for the program locations?
If you are trying to get Visual Studio to *not* install anything into your
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