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Low disk space

My C drive has only 2.92 GB of total size instead of 35 GB and my E drive which was my dvd rom now has the 35 GB from C drive.I have an Acer SA80 desktop how can I fix the problem

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  • sacron Apr 27, 2008

    dilipdagdi,still have same problem C drive total size 2.92 GB free space 643 MB. My E drive used to be in (devices with removeable storage) which was my dvd - rom drive now its in with (hard disk drives)is there a way to total wipe my C drive clean (free program on the net) and start fresh or how to get my E drive drive back to its proper location in (devices with removeable storage) any help will be regateful

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Just go to desktop > click start button at taskbar > all program > accessories > system tools > and now select the application Disk Clean up .when the application starts delete the files that you dont need.....
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