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My C-Drive is full so how can I shift stuff to my D-Drive? Thanks

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I would assume that the D Drive is a secondary Hard Drive for Storage. If that be the case. Here are 2 ways to move your Data .

1. Go into my Computer and double click on the C drive. Once this is showing all your files. Leave this open and Go into My Computer again and this time open up the D Drive. Now you should have 2 windows open. If you wish you can resize the windows so they are next to each other and you can work with them. Here we can Drag n Drop the folders or files from the C Drive to the D Drive. To Do This you can left click on a file or folder on the c drive and once you click it hold the mouse button down when you click and then just drag it over to the D Drive Window. And let go. This will move the folder or file from one drive to the other. You can also select multiple files or folders by holding down the control key when you click. You select one then the next one and so on, they will remain highlighted showing you they are selected, then you can drag them all over to the D drive Window.

2. Another way is to select the folder or file you want to copy, And right click on it. A pop up menu will appear. Scroll down to copy and left click.... Now you can go to the D Drive window and right click in there and select paste. This will copy the folder or files into that Drive.

Hope this is clear to understand...

Joe < Data Miner >

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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