Hi, Im romel from Philippines, my problem is this on my hp pavillion, i accidentally put my back files on the drive and now d drive shows is full. How can i restore again my d drive? what should i do? Is it safe to format?
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Re: D drive is full
You don't need to format the D drive, but you can if you want to.
Just click on the files and folders on the D drive and delete them, when you have finished deleting the files and folders then click on the Recycle bin and empty it.
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Hi There, Laptop hard drives do not have wires. They are a simple plug in and go device. You should be able to open the hard drive caddy on the bottom of your laptop and slip the hard drive back in without any issues
You need a much space for use window. when system is running any file then system need much space for running...you could free some space in your C: drive.....if you don't have any space in c: drive ...you can use disk clean up for delete the temp file....do it
Sorry to hear about this. I presume you can't log in in "Safe mode" (pressing the key "F8" while booting) and then to a system restore (available under Accessories -> System tools -> System restore)
Nor you have the Windows Recovery Console available to you , nor an original Microsoft Windows CD/DVD (not a HP one) to use to try to do a soft recovery.
If I'm correct on the points above, then sadly at this stage it seems you have a fundamental issue with your machine. I recommend that you take out the recovery disks you got with your machine. Inserting the main recovery disk and then rebooting the PC will launch a recovery console by HP.
This will make a last attempt to fix your PC or, if all fails, return your PC to the "brand new state". Bare in mind that going to the full restore option will delete ALL the files currently your PC.. hence leaving it, just as the day your bough it.
If you don;t have a back up of all your files, you'll need either: Create a boot disk that allows you to connect an external hard drive to copy all your data or ask a local mate or PC shop to extract your drive and copy teh data before you do a full recovery.
Once again, sorry to hear about your issue but I'm sure worst case, you'll succeed at getting your machine working again (even if it means a factory reset).