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Disc full ,how to use my others disc?

With Aspire 4715Z-1A2G16Mi ( 2 hard disc of 69,9GB) +hard disc (Packard bell :print(335GB)) ,i do not know what to do , the disc using by the computer is full and this two others disc empty...?

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  • richarddelet Jan 13, 2009

    le probleme est resolu et je n´ai rien fait. je ne sais pas vraiment comment cela c´est passer ; et bien Merci a tous.

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When you hit the power key also hit the F11 key keep pressing it until you get into the
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then follow on screen instructions

please back up all you files or pictures ist onto a disc or pendrive
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good luck

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Jonkerbosplein 52
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