If you want a more technical solution read about symbolic links (called junctions in Windows) here http://www.shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=284 Basically lets you crate a folder on any hard disk partition, except on a network drive, and create a link to it that looks like a folder. So I guess you'd copy your saves from, say, "My Documents\The Witcher\saves" to "OTHER DRIVE:\save" and create a symbolic link called "saves" in "My Documents\The Witcher". This then looks like a folder in My Documents but the contents are on another hard drive.btw - I have only ever used this seriously on Linux (its a very common technique in Unix operatiing systems), and once or twice on Windows using the command line tool from sysinternals. However looks like other GUI solutions are available that are integrated into the explorer shell. Anyway read up about it first if you want to try it.