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My local disc C is full and local disc D is empty, why?

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Hi

Thank you for your query

The predicament you are in is called hard drive partioning (as long as anther hard drive hasnt been fitted in). Essentially you take one physical hard drive and you break it into 2 virtual drives thus the C and D, this is generally done to allow all system files to reside on the C drive and your personal files on the D drive

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