Question about Seagate 80GB 7200 rpm SATA/150 8MB Serial ATA HD REFURBISHED p/n ST380817AS (ST380817ASR) Hard Drive
The first thing is to do a disk cleanup.Go to START>PRROGRAMS>ACESORIES>SYSTEM TOOLS>DISK CLEANUP. Make sure you also clean all the system restore files.If you've taken a backup of your PC and you want to keep it then just ignore that part or else just go to the more options tab and select clean up under the system restore option in the disk cleanup.
If this doesnot fix the problem then:
there is a temporary file somewhere inside in the c-drive which is growing and eating up all your space. CLICK HERE to download the jam software.The run a scan with it it will tell which file is taking more space.Then just brows that file and delete it.
Posted on May 08, 2008
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I would download and run the registry
utility from iobit.com
It is freeware and works then run CHKDSK/F.
Within iobits programme are useful utilities that empty the temporary directories and can remove unwanted old files.
Hope that helps.
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