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The "D" drive is most likely where backups are being stored abd re-written. If that is not the case and you are using the drive for files storage from the main "C" drive, then you have to decide which files you can either move back to "C" or move them to an external drive which is what I do. If these are not Backup files, then attach an external drive or a flash drive and move the files you want, to the flash / external....just cut and paste the files over, that will free the space up. 16 GB drives are on sale on the web and in computer retail stores. I just purchased a Sony 16GB flash drive on Newegg.com for 34.00 bucks. With newer computers, flash drives can also be used to store your backups instead of a "D" drive, just go to backup settings and change the location of the saved files to an installed flash drive, then when a backup is scheduled or unscheduled, you jusr slip the drive into place, run the backup and that's it.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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