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My computer is in trouble

I have a MSI P965,I am working with my windows movie maker and then myHDD is 160 gb.have a partition of 80 gb each.my RAM is 1 gb sdram.I can't save my work because it is sayin that the disk is full.tried to save to a CD instead,still the same.want to know if what is the problem.it also hungs everytime I use the probgram and any other games like rpg games.I'm using windows XPsp2.I already tried to change the settings of memory performance.please reply to glerybeb@yahoo.com.thanks

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  • celcirs Mar 27, 2008

    I'm sure that my HDD is not that full.I still have a more than 100 gb of disk space free.is it regarding with the partirtion???I'm thinking of reinstalling everything but the thing is I don't have the drivers at all.

  • celcirs Mar 27, 2008

    oh...thanks....but wish you would help me if I got another problem again....

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There is nothing wrong with your computer. It's just your hard disk is full. In order for your computer to run smoothly, you need to have at least 30% of your hdd space free. Or else it will slow down your process and eventually hang.
You need to delete all your unwanted files first or you can move to your second partition. Make sure at least you got 10% free space, then save to CD.
Do until you get 30% free space on your C: drive. After that to tuneup your system, do check disk and defragment the drive

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  • Abd Halim Md Noor Mar 27, 2008

    Correct me if I'm wrong, you said you have 2 partition with 80gb on each one. Then how come you can have 100gb extra space if you only have 80gb each.
    When you do a partition, the disk space is not the combination of both rather you have to look at each individual partition or drive. Now your system drive should be C: drive. This is the important drive that you must have at least 30% free space as I mention in my solution. In order to see how much free space it has, open my computer, right click on c: drive, choose properties. If the free space is less than 30% apply my solution again. Good Luck.

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