Then when I reinstalled Poser on the new machine I just linked that runtime in as a new library in poser. Good cheat to remember. Saved all the fighting with Win 7 I knew I would get. otherwise.
Yep…and it’s a good thing, too…otherwise you probably would have needed an extra large bottle of your favorite pain reliever…and your favorite adult beverage (not necessarily at the same time) to get through that madness.
Centralizing the content, whether it’s on an external, second internal (not OS partition/drive) or network drive is probably the best way to go about doing it, these days. Most programs can find it…some easier than others, but all the ones I know will let you manually assign where to look, too, so it won’t be too difficult to find…and that way it’s safe from OS changes and software updates/upgrades. Plus it saves space if you are using more than one machine (a desktop and a laptop, for example) and time spent installing to more than one machine.