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No free space on d drive

I have 80% freespace on C drive but the D recovery drive is full with no space. Help

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    FORMATTED [D] DRIVE by mistake how do i correct

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Hmmm..well..this is not going to make you happy. Just did one of those myself, and had to re format the drive. You need at least 15% space to move around on a drive, and this one is most likely a virtual drive(carved out from C)..so, right click on it, and select format.

ALL your data is lost. Only other thing you might try is a remote backup of that drive.

click here for some of those options

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