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nessie
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Icon 1 posted September 13, 2009 00:16      Profile for nessie   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Hi, need some help. I am currently running windows vista. I have two drives c- which has vista on it and d-which has everything else. c drive only has 17gb and is showing 'low disk space' and d with has 526gb of 579 gb free. Does anyone know how I put some of the gb from d to c, I want to increase the memory of c drive to 100gb? Hope this makes sense : )
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Ashitaka

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open in 2 separate windows

1) your my documents folder (or desktop, or whereever you save most of the stuff on your c drive)


2) a folder on D where you want this stuff to go. (right click new folder may help)
drag the fiels from the c folder to the d folder,

this could take some time

regards

ash

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