I have 2 local drives (C:) and (I:). Due to corrupt files on my (C:) drive I reinstalled OS to the (I:) drive and am using this partition exclusively. However, I only have 200MB of free space left on my (I:) drive whereas I have some 60GB of free space unused on my (C:) drive. Can I transfer somehow all that lovely free space onto my new (I:) drive?
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your System may be slow due to following reason - Too many programs running at startup or in the background - Data Corruption, hard disk fragmentation - Missing Windows updates or outdated drivers - Not enough hard drive space, too many unused programs - Left over programs, old cached and temporary files So Follow these steps to fix computer problem:: - Delete all the temp files - Remove unused programs - install latest drivers from the manufacturer site - Install and run antispyware software - Free up wasted space with Disk Cleanup tool - Defragment your hard disk drive If you are unable to perform above tasks then use a single utility tool like PC Fresher that will fix windows errors that cause of system slow
Possible that PC is hanging up as there is fault on the OS ( operating system) . So open the internet options in the browser and clean all the cookies, temporary internet files, defragment the drives and RESTORE the PC to an earlier set date.
You can use a registry cleaner like Advanced system care. Download from the site and check you system for corrupt files. Also use a good antivirus software which is active to keep your system performing without an attack on the OS. Remove all unnecessary programs installed which you do not use all the time and clean up the drives. This will free up the space and make your system faster. If there is no response but the PC tends to work slower and occasionally hanging when a program is being executed then you might have to installthe OS once again. Install the OS and then an antivirus before the drivers of the PC is installed.
This problem is mainly due to driver corruption 1. Reinstall the driver or scan for viruses and remove it. 2. Remove all temp files from the drive. 3. Try removing corruption in OS or reload OS. 4. Try connecting to another system and take print out. 5. Chipset on the printer may be having problem, get it serviced.
It sounds like you formatted the Utility Partition of the HDD and loaded the OS to that partition. Check disk Management, see if you have both a C: and D: listed for hard drives. If you do, that is the likely answer.
If disk management shows only 1 HDD and a lot of unpartitioned space, then you made a disk partitioning error and will need to remove and repartition the drive then reinstall
Do you run Disk Cleanup regularly (once a month)? This will free up disk space on the C drive, it remover old temporary files and compressed files as well as other files.
You can also move and save your data files to the D drive, so the C drive has only the operating system files and program files.
Sounds like some of your system files may have been corrupted. Restart your computer with you OS disc, and when it launches, go to the top menu and look for "Disk Utilitiy". Launch and see if you can repair the files that way. If not you may have to reinstall the system software. If so, choose the option that won't erase your info on your drive. Last resort is to wipe the drive clean and reinstall the OS fresh, but this will erase everything. Before erasing everything, if you have access to a second mac, you can connect the emac to the other mac via a firewire cable, turn on your emac in hard drive mode by starting it while holding down the "T" key. You'll get a firewire icon on the screen. Then turn on the second mac... you can off load any files to the second mac and then reinstall the OS via the OS discs. Best of success. k
try on recovery console. try command fixboot /r, it will complete soon. if u have more error try fixboot /p it take some time, and try to restart the comp.if nothing works.
i belive it is due to file corruption on the os,its better to install os in another drive are same drive with another folder name .and copy all the file which u dont want to loose .and reinstall os completely.
You do NOT need to defrag the recovery partition. The contents of that partition are most likely in a compressed form, and in any case, unchanging, so do not require a defrag. It's a good idea to leave the recovery partition absolutely alone.
For future reference, if you need to defragment a normal partition in low space conditions, try something advanced like Diskeeper 2008. Diskeeper is the best and most powerful defragmenter, and can defragment drives with even less than 5-10% free disk space. By comparison, the windows defragger requires atleast 15%, and yet does not defrag system files.
One possible work around Provided you have access to another PC and feel comfortable with taking your hard drive out of your PC and putting it back in
1. buy a USB external hard drive enclosure and install your hard drive into it 2. connect this USB hard drive to another PC 3. create some free space by deleting some files (see Safe files to delete below for details) 4. reinstall hard drive back into your PC and try to boot normally
Safe files to delete 1. temporary files - on Win XP these are normally in "C:\WINDOWS\Temp"
2. temporary internet files - on Win XP these are normally in "C:\Documents and Settings\[Your Username]\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files" 3. other temporary files - on Win XP these are normally in "C:\Documents and Settings\[Your Username]\Local Settings\Temp" Note that if you have more than one user account on the PC, then each user could have files that are safe to delete in the folders mentioned in number 2 and 3