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Memory for Drive "C"

I am need 10,000Mb to get this online job already I have about 6700 or 7000Mb, I already defragment C drive and delete old files but I can not reach 10,000Mb for the job. With no money to upgrade my memory...I need to found a way to do this. I already have 703mb memory install...any help pls....TIA

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Hi keshiaturner,

This may work for you. Try compressing your C: drive. This will create an alternate/ghost drive, usually H:drive. You may then have enough memory to run your job. Transfer the the compressed file in the new H:drive to C:drive and work with the app in there. I hope this helps you, if not , hit me back, we have other options.

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