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    Don't let Origin fill up space on the wrong drive.
    As with many other services, EA's Origin game download client will automatically install things on your PC's main drive the one Windows is installed on. This might not be a problem if you only have a single, large capacity drive. But if you're running a combination of a small SSD and a large mass storage HDD, you'll need to point Origin to the larger drive so you don't waste precious flash storage space.
    The Origin client also recently started getting an overhaul, and things aren't quite as obviously easy to find any more. Here's what you need to do.

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    09-16-2016 01:11 PM

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