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    G751 - move steam to a different drive and change steam key location?

    Hi - apologies if I'm being useless, got a new G751 and the defaults for steam seem to be on the same half of the SSD that my operating system is on. I'd like to move it to the D: drive that seems to be the other half but the steam layout on this is weird (don't know if it's windows 8.1 or some ASUS special app) and none of the help on steam seems to work and I can't find anything on how to remap the steam key

    Any assistance greatly appreciated!

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    Can i check then how to get Steam Key to point to the D:\ now that i have moved the Steam program into D:\?

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    Repoint steam button on G751

    I don't know if you already have the answer but if not you can make a symlink to make the steam button work again.


    mklink /j "C:\Program Files (x86)\steam" "d:\steam"

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