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The best option would be to get a bigger SSD. As soon as you utilize a standard hard drive to run the applications you loose most of the advantages of having an SSD.
You can customize the installation location though within the Preferences settings in the Adobe Application Manager. You will want to uninstall the application using the proper method for whichever operating system you are using. Which operating system do you have installed btw?
Once you have removed the software you can reinstall and the preferences set in the Adobe Application Manager will then be utilized. Please also be aware that temp files as well as shared components will always need to be installed on the drive which contains the operating system installation.
Thank you Jeff, I think that will solve my problem for the time being, I eventually want to get a bigger SSD but as a quick fix i will do this until I save up for a decent size SSD, you know they run a bit pricey.
I am running Windows 7 professional 64 bit right now.
I'm assuming that in order to have creative cloud re-installed I have to deactivate the subscription through my SSD so I can re-download and install to the HDD?
No need to deactivate. Just run the uninstaller through the Programs & Features control panel.