Storage space help

5cud

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I have a Asus E203N notebook. It only has 32Gb storage so most of the installation takes that up. I have an 200Gb micro sd card to save everything on. What I need and am struggling to do is make everything save on that, and I mean everything that I can. The notebook is running too slow and I can't move everything to the sd card.

TIA
 

5cud

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Wondering if a usb passport for backing up would come in handy?
I don't want to keep backing things up, plus there isnt alot on it yet tbh, just a couple of programs and windows updates. I'd rather use the sd card as a 'drive' so to speak
 

steptoe

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I don't want to keep backing things up, plus there isnt alot on it yet tbh, just a couple of programs and windows updates. I'd rather use the sd card as a 'drive' so to speak
I think you might need to reach reinstall windows with your SD card present,
In Linux you can set it to automount as a partition, don't know if this is possible in windows though, it tends to use everything as one big partition without separate /home /root /media etc, partitions.
 

formandvoid

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You normally get the option when installing or downloading anything where to save it to,or at least you do on the notebook my son has,it comes up as sd1.
 
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