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Recovery disc is full on brand new computer

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I am getting constant notifications on a brand new computer that the recovery disc is full.  The old computer that all of the data was transferred from also had the same issue.  Clearly it moved over.  How do I fix that?

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Hi @Christy1127

 

Welcome to the HP Support forum !

 

Please, elaborate and provide details - Is this re. the Recovery partition - e.g. D:\ drive ?

 

If YES, please check this official article and perform the suggestions (applicable for Win 10, too) >> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03736755/

 

You may also want to run Windows Disk Clean up for your 😧 drive >> https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/instantanswers/8fef4121-711b-4be1-996f-99e02c7301c2/disk-cleanup...

 

You can use free disk space analyzer software such as the great TreeSize >> http://www.jam-software.com/treesize_free/

It can tell you which stuff you have on your computer uses the most space. Be sure not to delete essential Recovery ( $RECYCLE.BIN, boot, hp, preload, Recovery, RecoveryImage, system.sav, bootmgr, BT_HP.FLG, CSP.DAT, DeployRp, HP_WSD.dat, HPSF_Rep, language,  RPCONFIG!  or others ) or Windows parts

 

 

Hope this helps. Let me know if you face difficulties.

 

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