Have you downloaded the Creative Cloud application to the secondary disk? You don't want them running on an external or shared drive.
Well, in fact my "C" disk is too small (ssd) and I am obliged to install software like Photoshop and Lightroom on a "D" disk. No matter if it is slower : I must do it for technical reasons indeed.
I have installed the Creative Cloud installer on the "C" disk because I do not know how to install it on the "D" disk : is there a way to do so? I don't see where I could change the "C" path to "D"...
Thank you for your help.
I don't know - I'm a Mac user. When I install software I get a prompt that allows me to choose which drive I want to install it on - does that not happen on a PC?