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Start: Programs: Accessories: System Tools: Disk Cleanup

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My computer keeps saying low disk space on c how to i fix it so i can u lapot


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Hi,my hard drive on my Samsung NC10 wa split into 2 partitions,drive C and drive D.I deleted the D partition and was left with the C drive,so far so good.But i didn`t gain the space i was deleting into my...


This is a big deal to do this ... to regain the space, you must also reconfigure the C drive and reformat it ... guess what happens to the stuff on the C drive? (Anser: It will be gone) ... Unless you purchase special software, there is no other work around that I am aware of ... You will have to start anew. What was on the D drive to start with? Usually, manuracturers put the original softrware on the D drive so yo can restore your computer to like new condition ... what have you done?

The best thing for you to do at this point is to do a RESTORE to the day before yo deleted the D drive and hope for the best. If yo need more storeage space, I suggest a memory stick.

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If this drive is partitioned as it appears to be, then the only way to make the c: drive bigger is to backup your data and delete both partitions and recreate the partition as a single drive. Then re-install your windows program, restore your programs and recover your data from backup.

You could also purchase an external hard disk drive to store data in and leave your partitiions alone.

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1- Do hard disk cleanup - This will help you remove hidden files and folders
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MY COMPUTER KEEPS TEELING ME IM RUNNING OUT OF SPACE ON MY D DRIVE EVEN THOUGH I HAVE LOTS OF SPACE WITH VERY LITTLE PROGRAMS AND HAVE DELETED ALL OLD DATA


did u checked the free space/space used....
go for a through scan with an updated, fully featured n licensed anti-virus..i'll prefer AVG/Kaspersky..it may b due to virus/malware..!!
download 'microsoft malicious software removal tool', install n run..
see how ur "virtual memory" is set..click on start menu->run->write "sysdm.cpl" and press enter->(system properties will open)->click on the 'advanced' tab->now click "settings" under 'performance' therein->(performance option will open)->click on the 'advanced' tab->(there u'll find Virtual Memory option, somewhere a place below)->click open the 'change' tab->(now see in the list, if ur virtual memory/Paging File Size is set to D: )->select D: from the menu by single click on it->press the radio button as "No Paging File"->press 'Set' submit button->press OK->OK->OK->restart ur pc n see, if the problem is solved....
clear recycle bin, temporary files..
uninstall all virtual drives if so present or daemon tools like software, which usually read from an image n place an additional mirror imaged virtual drive..
..try contacting ur system admin/vendor....

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Deleting updates, freeing space on hard drive


if you are running windows vista, this might help alot, if running xp, it might not, go disk clean up for drive c. to do this, open up my computer, and right click on drive c, and open up properties. click on disk clean up, and a window should show up. if you are running windows vista, its going to ask if from current user, or all users, click all users. after the calculating window, a window that says disk clean up for drive c will show up. click on the tab at the top of that window that says more options, and on the bottom box, which should say system restore and shadow copies, click the clean up button. the longer it takes, the more space its freeing up. Goodluck

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Try deleting the files inside the folder first

If not

Copy some of the files off the drive onto a DVD or two that will make working space on your hard drive

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This is because your current install is using all the Hard Disk space - it will be the other partitian on display at this point to get the space back you will have to delete the partitian the format it.

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Simply buying the external hard drive is one thing. Did you simply plug it in, copy stuff over, or _move_ stuff over? You have to move stuff over in one spot to make room elsewhere. Cut-and-paste is your friend. Do not move programs this way -- just data, like videos, music, photos and word processing documents.

There's a wonderful program called ATF-Cleaner from http://www.atribune.org that can also search your computer for unused files. (Windows has a built-in program, too: click Start: Accessories: System Tools: Disk Cleanup). But the ATF-Cleaner is a bit more thorough, does more stuff. You may be simply wasting a surprising amount of hard drive space on stuff like temporary files that became pretty much permanent. You can also free up some space by deleting old System Restore files and the clike -- look through Disk Cleanup.

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C: Drive space issue


Hi Ginnydoll,

You need to used Hard Drive Partition which you can resize your available space by increasing drive C: capacity and decreasing available space in your drive d: capacity without deleting any files on it. And this is not a harmful to your hard drive all your important files are intact in each destination.

If my solutions sounds great please email me for further assistance. diazphi@gmail.com. because it is really hard to demonstrate on this page because there is no features to attached pictures for visual instructions.

best regards,

Philip

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