My computer is quite old. It's three years old, and I have no space on my hard drive at all. However, I'd like to install the Steam version of Warner Brothers' well-known online game "DC Universe Online". I know that there's a non-Steam version also available, but as I said before I have no space on my computer. This means that the only "DC Universe" version that I am able to play is the Steam one, and that's because I can install the game on another Hard Drive!

The problem is that although I have a Steam account, I cannot find a Steam version of the game. The main problem is that I have no space on the basic hard drive of my computer. How do I either find the Steam version or install the other version on a different hard drive?

  • This isn't necessarily true. You can install the game without Steam to another Hard Drive than your own. You will need to go ahead and declare to the game installer that you want to install the game in another drive. – Paul Williams Nov 14 '15 at 20:22

In your steam client, under Steam -> settings -> Downloads, click on "Steam Library Folders", then add a new library folder on the new drive.

  • Is there a "DC Universe Online game " available on steam ? – Leia Organa Skywalker Nov 15 '14 at 18:27
  • Yes. Search for "DC Universe Online" in the steam client. – Shadur Nov 15 '14 at 19:35
  • I did that but I found nothing at all. Are you sure that there's still a "DC Universe Online" version on steam ? – Leia Organa Skywalker Nov 15 '14 at 21:02
  • store.steampowered.com/app/24200 There's something odd going on with the search field right now -- if you start typing "DC U" then it appears in the suggestion dropdowns, but if you hit enter it finds nothing matching "DC U" – Shadur Nov 15 '14 at 21:05
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    @LeiaOrganaSkywalker No, since Steam determines your location via your IP and it is against the SSA to use VPN or other tools to mask your location. – user28015 Nov 8 '15 at 6:23

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