The hard disk drive (HDD) is capable of saving just about any type of data or programming, including a software media player. You are even able to perform this task on an external hard drive, so the media player is not actually saved on the computer system. Doing so saves valuable internal drive space by letting you keep all your media information on the same drive. Things You’ll Need Show
External Hard Drive
Connect the external hard drive to your computer via the supplied USB data cable. Drive power, and wait until the computer claims that a new, removable device has been detected.
Open your Internet browser and navigate to the download site for the media player you want to use. This can be Windows Media Player, QuickTime or Real Player (just to name a few).
Click on the download link and the program downloads to your computer system.
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Double-click the downloaded file, then accept the end-user agreement. Leave the installation name as is, then choose “Browse” when the installation location will appear. Select the removable device as the installation location and click “Next”. Choose “Install” and the media player installed on the hard drive, allowing you to access programming at any time on the external device.
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