Windows 10: Issue w/ program startup on separate drive
Issue w/ program startup on separate drive
I have my OS installation on a SSD and install all programs that don't need the benefits of the SSD on HDD. I've run into the issue where certain programs on the HDD don't run at startup. Looking for some assistance on fixing and avoiding this.
Were these programs installed on the second drive originally or was the second drive originally the OS drive and the programs installed at that time?
The programs were initially installed on the 2nd drive.
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