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low on c drive... can i delete downloaded drivers

Posted on 2013-06-03
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i have a folder that contains drivers for my machine.
can i move the files off the workstatoin after the drivers have been installed?
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by:Rsilva98
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yes you can. Also you can re-size your C drive if you disk is partitioned
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Yes, you can move the folder where you kept your drivers. After installing them their entries goes to many locations such as registry, inf and drivers folders. You can check the drivers path from their Device Manager>>properties of that drive>>Go to driver tab>>Driver Details. This path will show you actual driver files location after installation.
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