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  • koganam
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    Originally posted by guillembm View Post
    Just changing the location of the folder was enough. It works!
    I know. The 3 methods were presented as alternatives; not that one need to do them all.

    I personally mount a partition in the folder. That way, if I need more space, I just expand that partition which contains NT data only. That also means that I can just zip the whole partition if I want to back it up, knowing that the only thing in there is going to be NT stuff.

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  • guillembm
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    Just changing the location of the folder was enough. It works!

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  • koganam
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    Originally posted by guillembm View Post
    I... move the settings folders to a secondary partition that has enough space. Is this possible? THere is a key on the registry that allows me to change this?
    My answer in this thread will show you 3 ways in which to do it.

    ref: http://www.ninjatrader.com/support/f...45341#poststop

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  • NinjaTrader_Jason
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    Hello guillembm,

    Can you please make sure NinjaTrader is shut down when you delete files in the (My) Documents-->NinjaTrader 7 folder.

    Unfortunately it is not supported to relocate the NinjaTrader 7 folder - it needs to be in the (My) Documents folder. It is not supported to locate the (My) Documents folder on a network drive either.

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  • guillembm
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    "My Documents" Folder

    I have a trouble with "My Documents" Folder on windows. During the time I've been trading with NT the size of the folder has grown too much

    I tried to delete some folders belonging to some instruments that I already don't use but this crashes NT. For several configuration reasons I can't expand the size of the system partition folder.

    One good solution would be to move the settings folders to a secondary partition that has enough space. Is this possible? THere is a key on the registry that allows me to change this?

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