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How DO I Install Flash Player to D: Drive

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Hi,

I need to install Adobe Flash Player to D: partition of the hard drive. I downloaded several copies and none of them has the option of changing folder.

Can someone help me please?
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I don't believe they give the option during setup, unless you have "Adobe Flash Professional".  But I would give this a try:

Try temporarily labelling your drive as"C" and then install the Flash Player plug-in.

After you install Flash Player 10, you can change the label back to its previous designation.

Change, add, or remove a drive letter in XP.

Windows Vista:Change, add, or remove a drive letter.

Let me know if this helps.

Cheers,

Robstg
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What is the difference between Flash Player and Flash Professional?
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I think I just install it to C then. Thanks for all of your help!
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Flash Professional is the program that creates Flash content.
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