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Unusable Partitions

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#1 AdrianS2


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Posted 30 November 2012 - 05:41 AM

Hi Iím hoping someone can help. I acquired a rebuilt Dell PC running Windows 7. I have 3 drives (C, D and E). All the programs are loaded on the C: drive and when I browse the Internet and download the C: drive keeps becoming full. I have a large E: drive with loads of space. How do I get IE pointing to use the E: drive for all the temp files and as the default Ďsave así location?

Thanks for any help


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#2 Dell-Jesse L

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Posted 05 December 2012 - 09:08 AM

Adrian S2,

At the link below are steps to show you how to save a download to your hard drive. It will also show you the options to where you can "Save As" and choose a different hard drive partition.

How to save files from just about any program to your hard drive

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