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Acronis VSS doctor reports my recovery section of my computer is nearly full how to check it

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Acronis VSS doctor reports my recovery section of my computer is nearly full how to check it and delete any problems 

this is after the VSS doctor has scanned my computer

Any help will be most welcome

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Hello
if you are talking about the HP recovery partition, don't touch it!
The partition has a size that suits what is in it, so quite small, it is not intended to place anything else in it.
The warning, therefore, is probably because of this
Now if you can say more, give screenshots of the
partitions etc!


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Prométhée
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Hello
if you are talking about the HP recovery partition, don't touch it!
The partition has a size that suits what is in it, so quite small, it is not intended to place anything else in it.
The warning, therefore, is probably because of this
Now if you can say more, give screenshots of the
partitions etc!


Please remember to mark the answers this can help other users
please click on the accept as solution button if message provided an answer to the problem >

was this reply helpful , or just say "thank you " ? Click on the yes button 
Warning
If you have to do certain manipulations, it is at your own risk, think carefully before acting!
If you don't think you can, get help, or go to a professional





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Thank you for your reply  re recovery system this has  answered the question  and i do not need to  touch the  operating system section of my computer as it is best to leave it untouched  you have been most helpful

Thank you 

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Hi piper8,

Prométhée (Level 15) posted a new reply in Desktop Operating Systems and Recovery on 12-05-2020 05:18 AM

Subject: Re: Acronis VSS doctor reports my recovery section of my computer is nearly full how to check i

Hello
if you are talking about the HP recovery partition, don't touch it!
The partition has a size that suits what is in it, so quite small, it is not intended to place anything else in it.
The warning, therefore, is probably because of this
Now if you can say more, give screenshots of the
partitions etc!

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