Posted 16 December 2012 - 12:59 PM
So I bought a new computer, 1.8 Terabyte Hard Drive so yesterday I got it all installed and ready to use, now today, my memory is full. So apparently, my 1.8 TB hard drive "New Volume (D:)" isn't being used AT ALL. Reason? It's D: not C:. So storage was randomly made to hold all windows files and program files including what I downloaded since I first connected my computer. That "fake" storage only holds 105 GB memory and it's full but I don't have any clue how I can get my existing files and Windows files safely to my D: hard drive without just permanently breaking my new computer. Should I take it to get repaired? Should I try and reset the computer from the beginning? Anything would help at this point, many programs have broken and had to be reinstalled very dangerously because of the advice I was given and attempted to use. I really don't want to break my computer with bad repair attempts, so I came here.