Question about HP Pavilion a1610n PC Desktop
Sounds like your hard drive is (almost) full. The first thing is to make some empty space on it. Right-Click on you Drive C icon, and select Properties from the menu. If you have less than 15% disc space free, you cannot run Defragmentation. You need to erase some files, starting with the unnecessary ones like Cookies, URL, and stuff from your browsing sessions. Secondly, remove some files manually. The blue names means the files are COMPRESSED (don't worry about this). Remove all but ONE antivirus. Symantec have a Norton Removal Tool (Free download). The goal is make enough room to make the PC fast enough to do the backup.
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