I’m using Windows 7 Professional 64-bit as my OS and I have currently a two-partition setup where my C drive is the system drive and is about 300GB in size, and my D drive is for sample libraries en masse, project files etc and its about 700GB in size. They are both on the same 1TB SSD but I wanted to have a separate mass drive in case my OS went kaput and a reformat and reinstall was needed. Basically I keep my stuff on the D drive if its a) irreplaceable like project files etc or b) it’s a pain in the butt to install. For example, my EastWest Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs are on 50+ DVDs… All has been fine and dandy but, as of today, I have amassed quite a collection of VST software aswell, and would hate to have to go through the hassle of reinstalling and reconfiguring everything in the afore-mentioned kaput scenario, so I came here to ask you this: If my Cubase 8 Pro and Absolute 2 Instrument Collection were installed on my safe drive D instead of the current system drive C, would I be able to use them after reinstalling Windows 7, or are there any essential registry entries or something like that which are generated upon installation that would require me to reinstall my Steinberg software anyway? Cheers!