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    Default How can I install Revit to have my families folder located in another separate drive?

    I want to install Revit but have Empirical Libraries folder in another drive? Will I have problems running the program if I do this?

    Why I am considering this is because I want to more easy access my Empirical Libraries folder. Also I have two drives. Drive C is the SSD and I dont want to overload it with too many files so that my programs run more smoothly. My D drive is quite big

    Is this weird?

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    Default Re: How can I install Revit to have my families folder located in another separate drive?

    go to your Revit Options, file locations, places. you can setup Revit to look at different drives and folders for families. I also have a same setup with SSD drive and a larger 2nd hard drive. I also setup places for network drives to share families with other network users.

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