Free Shipping On All Orders!

How to install Oculus software on D drive

When you install the Oculus app on your PC computer, it'll install on the C: drive. If you want to install the app on a different system drive, make sure the new system drive has sufficient free disk space and is formatted to use the NTFS file system.
To install the Oculus app on a different system drive:
  1. 1.
    Press the Windows key + R to open the Run command
  2. 2.
    Enter the following path: [drive]:\Users\USERNAME\Downloads\OculusSetup.exe/drive=[new system drive]
    • Replace [drive] with the letter of the drive where Oculus was downloaded to.
    • Replace [new system drive] with the letter of the new drive you'd like to install Oculus to.
    • Examples:
      • C:\Users\USERNAME\Downloads\OculusSetup.exe /drive=D
      • C:\Users\USERNAME\Downloads\OculusSetup.exe /drive:D
  3. 3.
    Click OK.
The Oculus app will then open and attempt to install the app on the new drive you've chosen.


  • Does this only work with internal hard drives because I tries this with an external and it would not allow it.

  • it works. Make sure the path is correct and put a space between “OculusSetup.exe and /drive=[new system drive]” THANKS

  • worked for me thanks

  • Dear Mark, why doesn’t the app (when you download it) offer a built-in way to alter installation path. It’s honestly a joke and you should change it instead of getting hundreds of people to hate on it. JUST CHANGE IT.

    Unknown Zukerberg hater
  • This works however its missing one key detail
    Enter the following path: [drive]:\Users\USERNAME\Downloads\OculusSetup.exe/drive=[new system drive]
    This line needs a space in between OculusSetup.exe and /drive=[new system drive] So it should look like this
    [drive]:\Users\USERNAME\Downloads\OculusSetup.exe /drive=[new system drive]


Leave a comment

Net Orders Checkout

Item Price Qty Total
Subtotal $0.00

Shipping Address

Shipping Methods