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C: Drive space issue

HELP! My computer keeps telling me that I have "low disk space" on my c: drive no matter what I do... I recently deleted all kinds of programs, temp files, cookies etc...but gained little to no space back. My C: says it has less than 1% free space BUT my D: has 98% free space.... What do I do?????

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  • Linda Cara
    Linda Cara Nov 12, 2008

    HELP! My computer is telling me that I have "low disk space" on my c: drive I recently installed Windows XP Professional pack 2, and I have nothing installed in my PC,not a thing, and my hardv disk shows 5.99GB used space and some 111KB Free.



    Please help

  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2008

    One of the problems is the low memory warning. Also, now the keys don't work and last night I could not switch off as nothing was responding.

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You can AOMEI Partition Assistant to transfer some free space from D drive to your C drive. http://extend-partition.com/help/resize-partition.html

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Hi Ginnydoll,

You need to used Hard Drive Partition which you can resize your available space by increasing drive C: capacity and decreasing available space in your drive d: capacity without deleting any files on it. And this is not a harmful to your hard drive all your important files are intact in each destination.

If my solutions sounds great please email me for further assistance. [email protected] because it is really hard to demonstrate on this page because there is no features to attached pictures for visual instructions.

best regards,

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