Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Under normal circumstances, Windows saves all configuration files along with configuration files for programs installed onto the system to the partition labelled "C:". Depending on your computer's specifications and configuration of the operating system, there shouldn't be a problem. As for "D:", this is not the "Local Disk" and if you cannot save any files onto it, then it is either full or your system cannot read that sector of the hard-drive.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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