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VS 2008 Sp1 only installing in C drive

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When I tried to install the Visual Studio 2008 SP1 which is of 3.5 GB size, it only takes the C drive space to install. I have very less space in C drive(1 GB). My C drive partion size is 6 GB. I have lot of space in D drive. Is there any way to install that in D drive? Could you please help me with this installation.

Visual Studio 2008 is already installed in D drive.
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This should help provide the answer for you:
https://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2562785&SiteID=1
i hope this helps. Good luck.
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