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Run out of disc space

Have less than 3% disc space available-

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    .97 g left i need more free

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Try running ccleaner from ccleaner.com

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When my laptop is running out of disc space, how do I go about to get more disc space?


You can either clean the hard drive of files you dont need to an external drive. Also if you right click properties on your C Drive you will see disc clean up run that and check all the boxes that will free up some space. Also checkout a program called CCleaner which will remove a fair amount of your browsing data which can be 1 - 2 GB depending how often you use the internet.

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Disc space


Run a disc cleanup also run a program called ccleaner that will free up room. Also delete old files or move them to a backup device. Another option is to get a bigger hard drive clone it using Acronis and put the larger drive in.

Apr 02, 2014 | Acer Computers & Internet

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How to install wins 8 on dell Inspiron netbook 1018


proceed according. God bless you
  1. Create a New Partition
    • 1 Launch the Disk Management tool on your computer running Windows 7 by opening the Start menu and typing "diskmgmt.msc" in the search bar. The Disk Management tool, showing all connected storage devices, appears.
    • 2 Pick the hard drive onto which you'll install Windows 8. The normal choice is Disk0, which is the primary hard drive. This disk should already show your C: drive, and possibly other items like recovery partitions.
    • 3 Verify the available free space on the selected disk. For most computers with no other dual-boot setups installed, the entire drive should be occupied, so you'll have to shrink an existing drive (like C:). If there is a section with a black bar titled "unallocated," then this represents free space not currently in use.
    • 4 Shrink your C: drive by right-clicking on it and selecting "Shrink Volume." The computer assesses and reports how much free space is available on the disk. You need a minimum of 16GB of free space to install 32-bit Windows 8 and 20GB of space for 64-bit Windows 8. Type either 160000 or 200000 in the "Enter the amount of space to shrink in MB" box. Increase that number if you want additional storage space for files and programs within Windows 8. Click "Shrink" to continue.
    • 5 Right-click on the new unallocated space and select "New Simple Volume." Leave the defaults, ensuring that NTFS is selected as the file system type. Give the drive a name, like "Windows 8."
    • 6 Insert your Windows 8 installation disc or USB drive into your computer. When the new drive is formatted, restart the computer and boot from your installation disc or drive.
    Install Windows 8
    • 7 Select "Custom" during the Windows 8 Setup initialization process.
    • 8 Select the new drive you created when the installation program asks you where you want to install Windows 8. Be sure to select the drive with the label you used for the new drive; if you install to the C: drive, you will overwrite your existing Windows 7 installation.
    • 9 Follow onscreen instructions to install Windows 8.
    • 10 Reboot after you install Windows 8, ensuring that you've removed any installation media. When the computer restarts, you are presented with a boot screen that lets you pick between Windows 7 and Windows 8.

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Recieve error message that computer is running low on memory


Hi liciasol,
I see that you system is running low on memory, This can be that you have files in the Hard Drive that almost reach your Hard Drive maximum capacity.
to check you concern we will need to find out what files you have first in your Machine.
  • Check to see if you have programs that you have installed on the machine that you do no use anymore and uninstall it.
  • If there are no files on the machine that need to be remove and you Hard Drive space it taken up by something then we can try and free space from you Hard Drive by doing a Disc Cleanup on your system.
  • To do a Disc Cleanup, click on Start then All Programs, click on Accessories, under Accessories click on System tools then click on Disc Cleanup.
  • A screen should pop up asking you to select a drive letter that you want Disc Cleanup to free space on select the drive letter where windows is installed normally that should be Local Disc C:
  • Once you've selected the drive to free up space on you will see a window Disc Cleanup for (C:) and in the list will be system services or files to delete that take up space on your Hard Drive on the right of each will be Increments of disc space being consumed by each put a check on them except for those that have 0 on it then click on next or OK then a box should pop up Disc Cleanup asking you if you are sure that you want to do Disc Cleanup just click on YES it will start doing Disc Cleanup on your system.
  • If this did not correct fix your concern then I assume the you possibly have Windows Vista on you system.
  • We can try decrease the space the Shadowstorage of VISTA system restore from your machine this is known to take up disc space on the Hard Drive.
  • To perform the said procedure above follow steps below .
  • Click on Start then All Programs, Accessories, right click on Command Prompt and select run as administrator.
  • The Command Prompt window will appear, a black screen with a blinking cursor.
  • Once in the Command Prompt type in vssadmin resize shadowstorage /on=c: /for=c: /maxsize 1gb then press enter once you should get confirmation that the Shadow storage has been resized.
After Resizing the Shadowstorage type exit then enter this will close the Command Prompt window.
Restart your Computer then check your Hard Disc space again to see if any of the disc space has been recovered or free'd on your Hard Drive.
Note: also check if there are backed up files that possible you may have created that you have not burned on a dvd yet, and uninstall unnecessary documents and files from the machine or back up any pictures and videos that you may have on the machine.
I hope that this will be of help regarding you concern, have a nice day.
mvincentc

Apr 13, 2011 | Dell Vostro 1720 (bqcwd1z) PC Notebook

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I have a acer aspire one and this pop-up keeps coming up saying 'out of virtual memory' - i dont know what to do. Also every hour or so my theme changes to classic (i have Windows XP) for about 5-10...


Virtual memory is the space the laptop uses on the hard drive to write to and read from. It usually is caused by running too many applications at once, thereby putting a greater demand on the free disc space you have,

Firstly, you need to check how much free disc space you have. Less than say 1 GB will flag up the issue ( depending how much virtual memory the computer is allocating). You need to remove some data from the hard drive and back it up to free some disc space

Then consider upgrading your ram to help you run more programmes at once if needed

Finally, consider getting an external usb drive to store data on, or upgrade your hard drive

Jan 14, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Asus notebook windows 7 totally frozen..."not responding" Can't even exit without holding power off.


This is due to the fact that your ASUS Eee PC 701 PC does not offer minimum System requirements to run windows 7

Microsoft has published their minimum specifications for a system running Windows 7
as
  • 1 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
  • 1 GB RAM (32-bit) / 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
  • 16 GB available disk space (32-bit) / 20 GB (64-bit)
  • DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

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But I suggest following as min to run smoothly

  • A Dual Processor (AMD or Intel) – you can use a lower Celeron or Pentium Processor, but you will regret it

  • 2 GB RAM (operating memory) – you can use less, but you will regret it

  • 16 GB available disk space and another 20 to 30 GB if you plan on running applications

  • A Vista compatible graphics card (DirectX 9 graphics process with WDDM 1.0 or higher)

  • A Vista compatible sound card

  • Vista drivers for any other unique hardware you have on or connected to your computer
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Feb 21, 2010 | ASUS Eee PC 701 Notebook

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I have installed an extra 1G memory but it has not


Open "My Computer".
Right-mouse-click on the 'C:' drive.
Click 'Properties'.
A pie-chart will display, showing how much disk-space is "used"
and how much is "available".
Probably, the "available" pie-slice is less than 5% of the whole pie.

What Windows did was to "expand" the "paging" file, making it 1GB larger than it was before you added the RAM. So, the amount of "used" space on your C: drive is now 1GB _more_ than before.

So, burn some CD/DVD disks with some of your files,
and then delete the files, after checking that the disks are readable, to make more "free" space on your 'C:' drive.

Jan 09, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5315 Notebook

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Keeps freezing even after a SYSTEMS RESTORE & disc clen-up and deframentaion...help my daughters online high school test are freezing up during finals. Thanks so much


Systems can freeze for a lot of reasons. Some of them can be the following:
  1. Virus spyware infection.
  2. Hard drive lack of free space.
  3. System over heating
Possible resolutions:
  1. Run antispyware application like MALWAREBYTES available from download.com
  2. Systems need at least 10% of the hard drive free to function normally. If you have less than that free, then uninstall applications or delete files till you do have 10% free.
  3. Run the system on a flat hard surface. Clean out the intake and exhaust vents with canned compressed air.
If issues continue, then you may have hardware issues and run system diagnostics.

Dec 07, 2009 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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My hp pavilion dv9000z dvd burner does not burn dvd's all the way through, i've tried different brands of blank discs, some do not even start burning, i've started using dvd+rw, so that i can use the disc...


Here's a few things to check:
  1. make sure you have at least 15% free space on your c: drive. If free space is too low, windows has very little hard drive space to use as virtual memory and windows can just barf sometimes.
  2. make sure you don't have a bunch of other programs running when you are burning discs, especially limewire and any other peer to peer or torrent downloading software. Close all programs you are not using, including programs in the system tray (by the clock).
  3. Try burning discs at slower speeds. Also good to check for malware. download these 3 free programs and run all of them. do full scans and delete any problems they find.


also, there are some known hardware issues with this series of laptop. I'm not sure if this is one of them, but in many cases, HP will repair your laptop past the warranty period....free of charge. Seriously.

It is possible that the dvd burner itself is defective.
try this if the steps above don't get things working for you.

Contact HP support, explain the issue, and ask them this question:

"does this problem qualify my laptop for a one time warranty enhancement"?

Hope this helps!

Aug 09, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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Loosing space on C disc


Have you emptied your temp internet files? A good junk cleaning progy is "adious" and its free!! :)

Also system restore will eat up some of your space gradually.

Dec 26, 2007 | Sony VAIO VGN-FS980 Notebook

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