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My computer keeps saying that the d drive is full and i was trying to delete some programs and deleted a driver that i need to get on line i went in and found it and reinstalled it but it will not let me go on line i had to go in on safe mode with internet right now what do i do to fix it

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Uninstall the driver in safe mode reinstall it in normal mode.

It resolves the problem

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Sandeep

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