Any issues, problems or troubleshooting topics related to the Prepar3D client application.
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Does P3D run better if it's on a drive by itself? Yes I know never to install on the C: drive, Mine is on the D drive. With the cost of SSD drives wouldn't be too hard to grab another one and have P3D solo on it.
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Why would a program run 'better' if it were on it's own I/O device? Maybe in the 1990s when hardware was very much slower but then one would not have a 10GB application either.
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