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#1 Advanced beginer

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Posted 29 February 2008 - 12:12 AM

My C drive has 103 GB total. The factory drive (D) has 8.78 GB total and started brand new with 1.12 free space. The C drive started with 85.5 GB free space right out of the box. (Feb 1) In programs I have added only 250 MB to Drive C. Will someone please inform me as to how Drive C went down so dragicstally with only 250 MD added? And why does the factory drive numbers fluctuate up and down. Somebody PLEASE respond??!!!! My C Drive is down to 76.2 MB.

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Posted 29 February 2008 - 11:44 AM

System Restore I think, at this moment I work with XP so I can not give you accurate informations, but to enlarge area on HDD in my laptop I use Tuneup Utilities software to delete my restore files. Try to turn off System Restore on Vista, restart computer then turn on System Restore, maybe it work.



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