my computer has four seperate dirves on it, C, D E and F. I have downloaded Creative Cloud, when i try to install an app creative cloud trys to install it on my C drive which is full. So I then changed the install location to an empty drive (F). But when i then tried to install the app again it still tried to install it in the C drive. I also tried uninstalling creative cloud and installing it again, but that did not work either. how do I fix this?
Buy a bigger C drive and start over
For reasons that I do not know (I don't work for Adobe) several (many... most... all...???) Adobe programs have drive C access "hard wired" in the programs and install routines
That appears to be true. Disgusting that there is no ability to determine the install location. I was able to install Lightroom on drive O: and was hoping the PS would also be able to do the same. There must be a solution to this somehow. People on networks need to be able to use a different drive.
>People on networks need to be able to use a different drive
As far as I know (again, I don't work for Adobe) many/most Adobe programs are not designed to be installed on a network server
Solutions for networks...
Adobe Anywhere http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeanywhere.html