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Freeing myn d drive

Keep on getting message that my D drive is full and i have to empty some space.cant seem to free up any space even after i delete.can you help me.tell me what i am doing wrong?


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Try chifting all the files u needed to another drive and format the D drive...

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

  • Manikandan Hariharan
    Manikandan Hariharan Sep 26, 2008

    sorry its not Chifting its shifting

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