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    Find what program is installed on a specific drive

    I'm planning on wiping out a drive to do a duel boot macos/w10, but I want to know what program is installed on that drive, how do I find out?

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    Plug it in, boot it up.
    Goto your Boot menu to change your boot order and change the added drive to 1st boot priority and just see for yourself.
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    That doesnt work because the drive is my main drive and I also install programs/games into a different drive (not everything is installed into this drive, it's split between two drives). I want to find what programs are install SPECIFICALLY on this drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by w4ssup View Post
    That doesnt work because the drive is my main drive and I also install programs/games into a different drive (not everything is installed into this drive, it's split between two drives). I want to find what programs are install SPECIFICALLY on this drive
    than connect the drive and see the files

    https://www.amazon.com/Drive-Adapter.../dp/B002OV1VJW

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_of_Social_Engineerin View Post
    than connect the drive and see the files

    https://www.amazon.com/Drive-Adapter.../dp/B002OV1VJW
    It's my MAIN DRIVE; it's already connected. I want to see what program are installed and not mistakes files that I put in the drive manually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w4ssup View Post


    It's my MAIN DRIVE; it's already connected. I want to see what program are installed and not mistakes files that I put in the drive manually.
    1 = first drive (the one that you are currently using)
    2 = second drive (the one that you want to view files in)

    listen dumbass

    1. boot up your 1st drive
    2. connect this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...f_rd_i=desktop
    3. View the fucking files (it shows a new drive in setting>"computers")

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_of_Social_Engineerin View Post
    1 = first drive (the one that you are currently using)
    2 = second drive (the one that you want to view files in)

    listen dumbass

    1. boot up your 1st drive
    2. connect this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...f_rd_i=desktop
    3. View the fucking files (it shows a new drive in setting>"computers")

    Quote Originally Posted by King_of_Social_Engineerin View Post
    1 = first drive (the one that you are currently using [& the drive I want to see what program are installed in this specific drive and not just both my 1st and 2nd drive combine])
    hopefully those brackets will help your slow processing skill understand.

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    Go to the drive. Look into your program files. Done.


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    C:\Program files

    ??? OP what are you even saying? If it's on your drive then just look for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum View Post
    Go to the drive. Look into your program files. Done.
    posted right as i did lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by w4ssup View Post


    It's my MAIN DRIVE; it's already connected. I want to see what program are installed and not mistakes files that I put in the drive manually.
    So go to program files?! Well u can hit the uninstall a program button then u see exactly what programs are installed
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    Use File Explorer, or you could get a program like Revo Uninstaller; it lists all programs installed on the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cohen View Post
    Use File Explorer, or you could get a program like Revo Uninstaller; it lists all programs installed on the system.
    that also list the programs I installed into my additional drive, which I dont want, but nvm. Idk how to explain this lmao

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