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Bummer.

I pressed the wrong button.

Problem not solved yet.

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enigma1000

 

Can you share the model and product number for your system?  Also what OS is running on it? Once  I have that information I can attempt to troubleshoot what the issue is.

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From amother posting....

 

Recovery partition is a set size and number of files by default, and should not change unless you accidentally save files there.HP sets it up at a minimum size required to hold only your Recovery files.For instance on my HP laptop the Recovery partition is 9.85 gb and has 1.95 gb free.On my desktp pc it is around 11 gb with around 2 gb free(I think).

If you have saved files there move them to your C drive.You might also check System Restore to be sure it is not monitoring D:.Right click 'Computer' icon,choose Properties.In the window that opens,look for System Protection in the left sidebar.After selecting it,give it a minute to scan and load.If 😧 is checked ,uncheck it.

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enigma,

 

Your posts are appearing as blank. Try using a different browser to post, or try switching your current browser to compatibility mode.

To get a better response it also helps if you give more information about your issue, such as product name, number, and OS.


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hello sunshinef. ithank you for your response. i did  just now adjust my compatability view. Did this work? (test ..really) sloppy writing, my apologies..

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Hi SunshineF.I have adjusted the compatability view, and have now seen my reply to your response. Thank you for that advice. Will I now be able to see a Thread running?  where should I put my operating system etc. details?

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Hello Cooper56.

I am new to this Forum, and was unable to navigate it correctly. A kind Moderator (SunshineF) enlightened me to adjusting my compatability settings.

Model number:   p6755a

Product number:   B2534AA#ABG

Operating System:   Win 7 home premium

 

I thank you for your assistance in this matter.

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My Pavilion desktop D drives shows me that it is 90% full.  Should

I be doing something about more space, cleanup, etc.

 

Have lots of room on C drive.  Thanks

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Hello vts67,

Your computer may be backing up to the D drive. Please refer to the following article to help you clean up the data on the D drive.
http://goo.gl/T016S
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