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d drive is full. do I need to do anything?



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Re: d drive is full. do I need to do anything?

Hi,

 

Are you getting warnings regarding this?

 

What version of Windows are you using - ie Vista, Windows 7 etc?

 

Regards,

 

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Re: d drive is full. do I need to do anything?

Windows 7, HP P6701, 64 bit.

No warnings, just  248 mb free of 13.7 gb; scary long red line.

Thanks for your prompt response. 

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Hi,

 

Read through this article.  Low disk space on the recovery partition.

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