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Click Start, then Computer. If it shows no (or very little) free space on C:, you are truly out of room and need to delete or move some files to another hard drive (external hard drives are good for this). To operate efficiently, a good rule of thumb is to have at least 20% of your hard drive free.
Insert the installation CD and wait for the setup wizard to load. After
you insert the installation CD into your computer's CD-ROM drive, a
dialog box will appear prompting you to begin installation. If this
dialog box does not appear, double-click your CD drive and explore the
contents of the CD. Double-click the file called "setup.exe" to start
Select an installation type. In the setup wizard, click the "Next"
button until the dialog box asks you to select an installation type. You
must select either "Minimum," "Typical" or "Advanced" installation.
Although the "Typical" installation is recommended, you can select
"Minimum" if you wish to use as little hard disk space as possible to
install Microsoft Office XP. Selecting "Advanced" will require you to
select individual components you wish to install. Do not choose this
installation type if you are unfamiliar with these components.
Finish the setup wizard and restart your computer.
Click "Next" and wait for the progress bar to indicate that the
installation was successful. Click "Finish" to close the dialog box and
finish installation. When the dialog box closes, restart your computer
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One drive should be set as master, (the bootable system drive) and the extra drive as slave. Disc management should be able to initialise it then and format as required. If you install iobit.com and asc-setup, (it is free ware) run the regisrty utility followed by disc cleaner, that will show you where your space has gone. All useful stuff can be stored on the slave disc. Hope that helps.
well you gotta ask yourself if you have an external hard drive or removeable hard drive which are basically the same thing... if so you can open my computer and then open in a separate window the removeable hard drive and drag and drop files that you want to save!
In order for your laptop to properly operate you should keep at least 10% of your hard disk drive free, as this space is needed for your computer to properly operate. Move some of your current files to the external hard drive and remove them from the mail drive, then defraf drive and you should have smooth sailing.