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I have a 256gb laptop but it only fits ONE game with all the other programs installed. Could you suggest what I can do about this? I am thinking perhaps an external storage but will a game run effectively over a USB hard drive?
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buy a bigger drive
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>>80347999
>256gb
>one game
zoomer
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>>80348032
It's just WoW, it's full of cosmetic shit. Leaves me with 32gb to spare, didn't even have enough capacity to install Black Mesa.
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>>80347999
I usually install games onto a 3.0 USB drive. Most older games will work fine, but newer games or ones that regularly stream in data might stutter or the music and sound effects will play a second late.
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>>80347999
>external storage
how about internal storage, newfag?
what laptop is it?
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>>80347999
Buy a bigger drive and clone your current hdd onto it using Macrium .
Once it has been cloned, expand your partition to take up the unused volume using Disk Management..

then you can use your old hdd as a backup or format it and get an empty case to use it as an external hdd.

www.macrium.com/reflectfree
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>>80349183
lenovo legion 5
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>>80349265
>lenovo legion 5
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WtAC6lCiH8



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