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Original Hard Disk (10 Gb) Has Just 10 Mb Of Free Space

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#1 Hindamar


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Posted 05 June 2008 - 06:39 PM

Hi BC Users,

My desktop is HP Pavilion 6330 (US/CAN) and about 8 years old. It came with Windows 98 SE and MS Works applications (CDs). The original specs are given below:

Microprocessor: Intel Celeron
Speed: 500 MHz
RAM: 64 MB
Hard Disk: 10 GB

Another hard disk (10 GB) and 64 MB memory was added in December 2000. OS was upgraded to Windows xp Home Edition in February 2002, Office 2000 and Norton Antivirus 2000 was also installed at that time.

RAM of 128 MB was doubled to 256 MB sometime in 2004. Norton Internet Security 2005 was installed in March 2005.

My current ISP is Time Warner High Speed Road Runner Lite.

I can't defrag original hard disk (C:) because it doesn't have atleast 15% of Free Space.

How can I transfer some files and folders from (C:) drive to second hard drive (D:) that has about 9.5 MB of Free Space?

I do need some help badly.


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Posted 06 June 2008 - 01:22 AM

Hi Hindamar, and welcome to BleepingComputer.

Right click on Start and click on Explore. Click on your (C:) drive to open it, the contents will appear on the right side of the screen. You can click and drag files from the (C:) drive to the (D:) drive located in the left side column.

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