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C memory full

My C drive is full, my D drive is empty, how do I change
my settings so that I use both?

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I wish to change from C drive (full) to D drive (empty) WindowsXP-home. How do I do this. Thank you

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Not possible...you'll need to back up that c drive, which is the default for all Windows programs..try a back up drive, or move some of those high density(music and image) files to a back up system

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