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Have acer 3100 and it says i have two different drives c and d well d is empty and c is almost full how do I move stuff to d and if it is cut and paste please explian how to do that

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  • pcmarie Mar 29, 2008

    ok once you have done the moving of files to d drive how to you acces them after they are moved just want to do pictures and movie downloads there

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Hi,

well, just go to the files u want to move, highlite them and to cut select "CTRL+X" and then go to the place that you want paste them and select "CTRL+V". and there it is.

hope this information was helpful :).

God Bless
Braydon

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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