To do that, you'd need to clone your solid state drive, and migrate everything, wiping everything on your D drive. This requires a program such as Acronis True Image.
My opinion, I think it's better if you keep things as is. For me, I keep all my games on my HDD, and my solid-state drive has my operating system and the programs I use the most. The programs I want to move to D: but I still have to use C to boot them, I use Link Shell Extension to save space. If you need to boot some games from your SSD to decrease load times, put them there instead.
Last edited by Artorias; 25th December 2012 at 6:35 PM.
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