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ASUS Laptop - Can eSupport folder be archived?


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#1 GoshenBleeping

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Posted 12 August 2015 - 03:47 PM

System:
ASUS Notebook K52F
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64 bit
Processor Intel Core i3, M370 @ 2.40GHz
4GB memory
C drive: 94 GB used, 23 GB free
D drive: 34GB used, 295 GB free
 
The folder   C:\eSupport   is 2.59GB and contains 2 sub-folders: eDriver and Manual. Can I archive this folder structure by either moving it to the D drive or moving it to an external hard drive in order to free up space on C? If so, are there any specific actions I need to take to ensure that after the folder move, the laptop will still operate properly? Or can I just move the folder off the C drive and not be concerned about the laptop operation?
If I ever need to repair Windows 7 do I first need to copy the eSupport folder structure back into C?
Is there anything else I should be concerned with?
 
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Posted 13 August 2015 - 08:00 AM

No need to copy esupport folder again when you reinstalling windows. Its content files of maual how to deal with asus laptop as user manual and other windows fincation. By default system default files not visible to everyone. If you really need space then simply cut paste to other drive or delete the folder.

We recomended that you kept this folder its only 2GB of space and you still have 23GB free in C drive






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