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Anyway to choose install path?

Discussion in 'Project Gorgon: Ask the Devs' started by NevrWin, Sep 19, 2014.

  1. NevrWin

    NevrWin Visitor

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    I'd like to keep the Project Gorgon files on a drive other than my default (C) drive but there does not appear to be any option or config file to allow that.

    Is there a file or something that I can edit to change the install path?

    Also, would it be feasible to attempt running Project Gorgon from a USB drive? If so then I would love to test it.
     
  2. Dreadz

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    running project gorgon from a usb drop is possible providing you have a large enough usb drive to handle the files. Also to change the install path just simply unzip the download to the desired path you want. I personally have my files on C:\projectgorgon
     
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  4. NevrWin

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    Thanks for the replies.

    Great link Mendel. That's exactly what I needed.