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My C drive full

The c drive is almost full 3.89gb left. The d drive is basically empty except for photos that I moved there. What else can I safely move to the d drive to free up space on the c drive? I have itunes with many music files.

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  • am_m111 Sep 08, 2008

    I did but lost my playlists from itouch How do I get that back?

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You could reinstall windows reformat hard drive and place both hard disks into 1 that's what i did

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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Hi

You can move anything except system files and user settings. Before proceed further I suggest you to perform "Disk Clean Up" which is a simple application under accessories.

You can put iTunes files to the other drive. All documents and media files as well can be transferred and they will work without problem. Please post if you need further assistance

Good Luck

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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    ExpressFiX Sep 08, 2008

    You can recreate the playlist

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