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There is one hard drive for this computer, but the system in windows is showing two drives. One is drive C and the other is drive E. Drive E is only 2 gig and c is 30 gig, but there is a constent problem message of E drive being to low on memory space. How do I correct this problem? Help

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You may have set the E (manufacturere diag drive) drive for system cache Check <start> <control panel> <system> <advanced> performance <settings> <advanced> virtual memory
<change> here you will see which drive has the system cache
It should (in your case) be C if not change it and system managed is OK this should solve the problem If not you can hide the E drive
<start> <run>type diskmgmt.msc Highlight the drive letter "e" with right mouse click select <change drive letter paths> remove the drive letter

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