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Running low on disk space - D recovery drive on HP Envy Windows 10

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every few moments i receive notifications that my Recovery Disk D is running low on space.  

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what is 😧 , what is there>  mine is Blueray  burner.

or is it thumb drive full (or bad)

or internal HDD, or SSD full or bad.

or external HDD or SSD full of bad.

first tell what it is ? then we go short cures.😁

 

or is this 😧 the boot drive , recovery partition and some set it as 😧 wrongly. , recovery partition has letter , new PC.

or someone copied files to 😧 and most not, it is to be left alone if that is the HP partition there.....???

 

NO warranty answers by me.
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Recovery Drive D — Running low on disk space - D recovery drive on HP Envy Windows 10

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