I added an SSD drive in my alienware aurora r9 (not happy with it's fans going crazy). I have already installed x-plane 11 before I upgraded my memory and added two new SSD drives. Is it possible to move x-plane 11 to the new SSD drive in hopes of getting some fair performance upgrade or do I have to do a whole new install? And any help about settings on the 2019 Alienware Aurora R9 with 32gig, 512mb ssd C: 1tb d: Seagate Sata (and from what I understand that is the max size it supports), E: and F: are 2tb SSD drives.
The problem with most software is that the main folder isn't the only file or folder.
Most large installs have a few hidden files and folder scattered around the main drive.
A clean uninstall and re-install would be your best bet.
Let us know what you do and how you do. Good luck!
Uninstall with this, you have to clean the registry.
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