I'm not the first person to notice this, as it's been discussed in the general forum in the "GPO Benchmark" thread, but I don't see it having been brought up here in the support forum.
Apparently, GPO Studio has been built so that it can *only* function if the samples have been installed on the C: drive. Is this really the case? It is standard practice for many, many DAW users to keep their samples on a seperate partition or drive, to reduce fragmentation effects. And those of us who use laptop DAWs have the additional motivation of putting samples on a FireWire drive that's faster than the built-in laptop drive. Was GPO really targeted 100% at amateurs who put everything on C:?