I would make your recovery discs if you system did not come with them then you can delete your recovery partition to gain some space. Deleting the recovery parition removes the ability of reinstalling the factory install of windows, drivers, and software using simple one key recovery options (like HPs you tap f11 during startup and it boots to factory recovery environment). I am making some assumptions that there are two physical drives in this machine - one solid state and one regular drive.
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If it is the case that there are two physical drives then you cannot easily expand the partition onto the second drive without something such as a raid setup and erasing everything anyway. When I had a 60GB solid state drive i had this problem as well.. I was using the Adobe CS4 suite and it may be installed to a second drive without any special consideration other than during the installation process specifying the d drive instead of the c.
I suppose you could clone the c drive onto the d drive giving you much more space but then you lose the benefits of a solid state drive (such as faster booting and program load times). It's all a matter of which direction you think is better for you.
Edited by AngryRaisin, 04 February 2013 - 01:56 PM.