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Need to do backup....it says D drive full....went to disc cleanup....it configured and there were zero bytes to remove. Now what?

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  • polka dotty Mar 25, 2008

    If I was a tech ie I would know what you are talking about...I am a 64 year old grandmother of 23.....and I have no idea what you are talking about....thanks anyway

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Well..you will need to back up that D drive, just the way it is(here's a link to a free online with 2 Gb available)

then, after it's backed up, you'll need to chip away at it, by removing excess files

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